UNDERSTANDING MORAL DIVERSITY AMONG METAPHYSICAL WORLDVIEWS
Joseph Langston (ARC), Brier Gallihugh, Kimberly Rios
This project examines the temporal relationship between (a) moral judgment, reasoning, and intuitions, and (b) certain metaphysical beliefs. This project is composed of 3 distinct studies, each of which pays participants.
To participate in 1 of the 3 studies, please email the primary investigator at:
UNHEALTHY HERETICL HOSERS? THE HEALTH OF CANADIAN ATHEISTS FROM THE 2015 GENERAL SOCIAL SURVEY
David Speed, PhD
Research addressing religion and health has concluded that religion and spirituality exude salutary effects. As a consequence, atheism and nonreligion are assumed to be associated with poorer health outcomes. However, much of this literature has neglected to actually study these groups. This project uses the Canadian General Social Survey to examine the largest sample of atheists ever reported, in order to determine whether there is a meaningful health penalty for nonbelief.
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