Gender Differences in Religiosity as a Means of Self-Enhancement: The Impact of Perceived Audience Size and Identifiability

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Research suggests that women perceive organized religion more positively then. Furthermore, selfenhancement motives may drive expressions of religiosity. This study sought to examine the extent to which men and women would include religious statements in a fictitious blog entry, depending on the extent to which they were identifiable to a potential audience… (More)

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@inproceedings{Pollock2012GenderDI, title={Gender Differences in Religiosity as a Means of Self-Enhancement: The Impact of Perceived Audience Size and Identifiability}, author={Neal W. Pollock and Bradley M. Okdie and Rosanna E. Guadagno}, year={2012} }