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Our starting point is how undergraduates in the humanities and social sciences perceive statistics when they discover the topic through their university curriculum. We highlighted in previous papers that they associate statistics with mathematics, numbers, calculus... (Marion & Bihan-Poudec, 2012; Bihan-Poudec, 2013). Our theoretical framework is to consider learning as a social and individual construction. To that effect, we did a statistical analysis on a survey with 147 students majoring infatcat:56v2zuoqr5bs7fch6jxhhyh4c4