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  1. Religion as Attachment: The Godin Award Lecture.Pehr Granqvist - 2010 - Archive for the Psychology of Religion 32 (1):5-24.
    In this presentation, I delineate five refinements that I and my associates have introduced during the last decade to the literature on religion and spirituality from an attachment-theory perspective. First, I describe the principle of social correspondence as an addition to the idea that religiousness reflects generalizing working models of attachment. Second, I focus on what we have learned from studying implicit processes and utilizing experimental designs in religion-as-attachment research. Third, I describe results from research projects that have used developmentally (...)
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  • Beyond Beliefs: Religions Bind Individuals Into Moral Communities.Jesse Graham & Jonathan Haidt - 2010 - Personality and Social Psychology Review 14 (1):140-150.
    Social psychologists have often followed other scientists in treating religiosity primarily as a set of beliefs held by individuals. But, beliefs are only one facet of this complex and multidimensional construct. The authors argue that social psychology can best contribute to scholarship on religion by being relentlessly social. They begin with a social-functionalist approach in which beliefs, rituals, and other aspects of religious practice are best understood as means of creating a moral community. They discuss the ways that religion is (...)
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