1. What did Andrew Newberg find in accordance with blood flow in the brain and high points of meditation?.
In Czech, Wrisberg, Fisher, Thompson, & Hayes, what were the four types of prayer the found to be most common in athletes? (sports-religion)
3. In accordance with Ramachandran and Persinger's research does the right or left side of the brain become active during deep prayer/meditation?
3. What was the strongest predictor of an adolescent's self-reported importance of religion?
aThe blood flow increased in the frontal lobes (associated with concentration) and decreased the parietal lobes (associated with orientation)
cLeft side of Brain
Foot in the Door
Acceptance of Gods Religion
5 Multiple Choice Questions
Differing measures of intelligence and religiosity/religious involvement, Biases of researchers, Lack of reporting effect sizes and low effect sizes
Watching others do a skill then attempting to perfect it.
A person is encouraged to behave in a certain manner.
5 True/False Questions
In Newburg study of the Brain During Religious Experience he found that which group should no brain activity during religious experience?
a. Tibetan Buddhist
b. Pentacostal Christians
d. Both a and c → A
In Storch, Storch, kovacs, Okun, & Welsh what did the athletes use religion for after a bad profomance?(sports-religion) → To cope with performance.
T or F. According to the strong activity view we categorize information in many ways, for example: location, activity, participation and time. → False
According to Zain & Ansari, who was more likely to have anxiety throughout their lives? (slide 11) → Basic understanding of Christian practices
According to Bartz et al., during the longitudinal study, how did the participants score on the MMPI (psychopathology measure)...(slide 7) → C-Modal