Are high levels of religiosity inconsistent with a high valuation of science? Evidence from the United States, China and Iran

Ayse Payir
Ayse Payir
Telli Davoodi
Telli Davoodi
Kelly Yixin Cui
Kelly Yixin Cui
Jennifer M Clegg
Jennifer M Clegg

International journal of psychology : Journal international de psychologie, 2020.

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Abstract:

We asked whether high levels of religiosity are inconsistent with a high valuation of science. We explored this possibility in three countries that diverge markedly in the relation between the state and religion. Parents in the United States (n = 126), China (n = 234) and Iran (n = 77) completed a survey about their personal and parental ...More

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