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Modeling the Effects of Religious Belief and Affiliation on Prosociality

To what extent do supernatural beliefs, group affiliation, and social interaction produce values and behaviors that benefit others, i.e., prosociality? Addressing this question involves multiple variables interacting within complex social networks that shape and constrain the beliefs and behaviors o...

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Published in: Secularism and Nonreligion 10.2021, Art. 6, S. 1-21
Authors and Corporations: Galen, Luke (Author), Shults, Fount LeRon (Author), Gore, Ross (Author)
Other Authors: Shults, Fount LeRon (VerfasserIn) 1965- , Gore, Ross (VerfasserIn)
Type of Resource: E-Book Component Part
Language: English
Series: : Secularism and Nonreligion, 10.2021, Art. 6, S. 1-21
, volume:10
Source: Verbunddaten SWB
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ISSN: 2053-6712