Differences in Attitudes Toward Outgroups in Religious and Nonreligious Contexts in a Multinational Sample: A Situational Context Priming Study

@article{LaBouff2012DifferencesIA,
  title={Differences in Attitudes Toward Outgroups in Religious and Nonreligious Contexts in a Multinational Sample: A Situational Context Priming Study},
  author={Jordan P. LaBouff and W. Rowatt and Megan K. Johnson and C. Finkle},
  journal={The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={1 - 9}
}
  • Jordan P. LaBouff, W. Rowatt, +1 author C. Finkle
  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
  • The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion
  • Researchers in the psychology of religion have begun utilizing priming methods to investigate the effects of the salience of religious concepts. These tightly controlled laboratory studies have demonstrated that priming religion may increase intergroup bias in both religious and nonreligious persons. The present study examined this possibility in a religiously and culturally diverse population using ecologically valid methods. Participants were recruited as they passed by either a religious or… CONTINUE READING
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