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Why are religious individuals more obsessional? The role of mental control beliefs and guilt in Muslims and Christians
Background and objectives: The cognitive-behavioural perspective on obsessions recognizes that certain cultural experiences such as adherence to religious beliefs about the importance of maintaining strict mental control ...
Scrupulosity in Islam: a comparison of highly religious Turkish and Canadian samples
Scrupulosity is a form of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) characterized by a tendency to have persistent doubts about God, sin, and the adequacy of one's religious behaviors and devotion. To date, no published studies ...
Analytic cognitive style and cognitive ability differentially predict religiosity and social conservatism
Motivated by the dual-process model of the mind, recent research has tested the relationship between cognitive variables and sociopolitical attitudes. There are reasons to believe that religiosity and conservatism may be ...
Relationships between core ideological motives, social and economic conservatism, and religiosity: Evidence from a Turkish sample
The “conservatism as motivated social cognition” approach posits two core ideological motives underlying political conservatism across cultures. However, there is a scarcity of tests from non-Western cultures, and much ...