Religion, Brain & Behavior

The journal Religion, Brain & Behavior offers researchers and readers with thoughtful work on religion. It is the journal of the Institute for the Bio-Cultural Study of Religion. The current issue has a target article on "Understanding atheism/non-belief as an expected individual-differences variable" by Catherine Caldwell-Harris, and commentary from 17 scholars, including William Bainbridge, Ralph Hood Jr., Lee Kirkpatrick, and many others whose ideas are worth reading.

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