Christopher Kavanagh
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The evolution of extreme cooperation via shared dysphoric experiences
H Whitehouse, J Jong, MD Buhrmester, Á Gómez, B Bastian, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (44292), 2017
Shared negative experiences lead to identity fusion via personal reflection
J Jong, H Whitehouse, C Kavanagh, J Lane
PloS one 10 (12), e0145611, 2015
Relational mobility predicts social behaviors in 39 countries and is tied to historical farming and threat
R Thomson, M Yuki, T Talhelm, J Schug, M Kito, AH Ayanian, JC Becker, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (29), 7521-7526, 2018
Positive experiences of high arousal martial arts rituals are linked to identity fusion and costly pro‐group actions
CM Kavanagh, J Jong, R McKay, H Whitehouse
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (3), 461-481, 2019
Born idolaters: The limits of the philosophical implications of the cognitive science of religion
J Jong, C Kavanagh, A Visala
Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie 57 (2 …, 2015
The role of religious fundamentalism and tightness-looseness in promoting collective narcissism and extreme group behavior.
W Yustisia, IE Putra, C Kavanagh, H Whitehouse, A Rufaedah
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 12 (2), 231-240, 2020
Ritual and Cognition
CM Kavanagh
The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology 10, 2018
Ritual, identity fusion, and the inauguration of president Trump: a pseudo-experiment of ritual modes theory
R Kapitány, C Kavanagh, MD Buhrmester, M Newson, H Whitehouse
Self and Identity, 2019
Examining memory for ritualized gesture in complex causal sequences
R Kapitány, C Kavanagh, H Whitehouse, M Nielsen
Cognition 181, 46-57, 2018
Death anxiety, exposure to death, mortuary preferences, and religiosity in five countries
J Jong, J Halberstadt, M Bluemke, C Kavanagh, C Jackson
Scientific Data 6 (154), 2019
Is Japan Religious?
CM Kavanagh, J Jong
Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture. 14 (1), 2020
Exploring the role of identity fusion and group identification in predicting parochialism amongst Indonesian Islamic groups
C Kavanagh, S Wibisono, R Kapitány, W Yustisia, IE Putra, A Rufaedah, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
Culture and Group Processes
C Kavanagh, M Yuki
Online Readings in Psychology and Culture 5 (4), 1-21, 2017
Ritual Morphospace Revisited: The form, function, and factor structure of ritual practice
R Kapitány, C Kavanagh, H Whitehouse
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1804), 2020
Too Much, Too Little, or the Wrong Kind of ‘Theory’ in the Study of Religions?
CM Kavanagh
Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 30 (4-5), 463-471, 2018
Death and religion in a post-replication crisis world
C Kavanagh
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (1), 7-12, 2018
Blood (Rain) & (Invisible) Sandals: A Recoding of the Counterintuitive Properties of Roman Prodigy Tales
C Kavanagh
11 Ritual and Religion as Social Technologies of Cooperation
C Kavanagh, J Jong, H Whitehouse
The Einstein effect: Global evidence for scientific source credibility effects and the influence of religiosity
S Hoogeveen, S Altay, T Bendixen, R Berniūnas, JA Bulbulia, A Cheshin, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Reflections on the scientific study of religion after the first decade of Religion, Brain & Behavior
D Rohr, WJ Wildman, R Sosis, J Bulbulia, U Schjoedt, J Daniels, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 10 (4), 359-364, 2020
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