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Supernatural Belief Is Not Modulated by Intuitive Thinking Style or Cognitive Inhibition

Farias, M., Mulukom, V., &  Kahane, G et.al. (2017). Supernatural beliefs are not modulated by intuitive thinking style or cognitive inhibition. Scientific Reports


The “No Religion” Population of Britain

 

Stephen Bullivant (2017). Catholic Research Forum Reports 3: The “No Religion Population of Britain: Recent Data from the British Social Attitudes Survey (2015) and the European Social Attitudes Social Survey (2014). St Mary’s University Twickenham, London: Benedict XVI Centre for Religion and Society.  Access the full report here…

 

 

 


 Understanding Unbelief: Across Disciplines, Across Cultures

Lois Lee, Stephen Bullivant, Miguel Farias and Jonathan Lanman, 2017. Understanding Unbelief: Background. Understanding Unbelief. Access the full review here…


Scientific Study of Nonreligious Belief programme

Lois Lee, Stephen Bullivant, Miguel Farias and Jonathan Lanman, eds. (2016). Research Methods for the Scientific Study of Nonreligion. Nonreligion and Secularity Research Network. Available at www.nsrn.net/