Symposia: 221/129 - Trauma and religious belief

Thursday 6 July
11.10 - 12.50 h.
Andalucía I
"This symposium presents three studies—a cross-cultural survey, a longitudinal study, and an experiment—that provide some evidence for the hypothesis that religion is motivated by traumatic experiences.
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Chair
Jamin Halberstadt
Department of Psychology. University of Otago. Dunedin. New Zealand.

 

221/12905 Can we compare religiosity across cultures in traumatic life-event studies at all?

(1) Bluemke, Matthias; (2) Jong, Jonathan; (3) Halberstadt, Jamin

(1) GESIS Leibniz Institute of the Social Sciences, Mannheim. Germany; (2) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK; (3) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

221/12901 Traumatic life events and religiosity in eight countries

(1) Jong, Jonathan; (2) Ross, Robert; (3) McKay, Ryan; (4) Halberstadt, Jamin

(1) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK; (2) Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Royal Holloway University of London; (3) Reader, Royal Holloway University of London; (4) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand

221/12902 Death salience moderates the effect of trauma on religiosity

(1) Halberstadt, Jamin; (2) Morris Trainor, Zoe; (3) Jong, Jonathan

(1) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; (2) Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand; (3) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK

221/12903 The relationship between life events and religiosity: A priming study

(1) McKay, Ryan; (2) Ross, Robert; (3) Jong, Jonathan; (4) Halberstadt, Jamin

(1) Reader, Royal Holloway University of London; (2) Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Royal Holloway University of London; (3) Research Fellow, Coventry University, UK; (4) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand