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Temas em Psicologia 2013, 21 2

Autor: Edward Dutton

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Temas em Psicologia ISSN: 1413-389X comissaoeditorial@sbponline.org.br Sociedade Brasileira de Psicologia Brasil Dutton, Edward A Problematic Proxy? On Meisenberg, Rindermann, Patel and Woodley (2012).
Analysis of the Relationship between Religiosity and Intelligence within Countries Temas em Psicologia, vol.
21, núm.
2, diciembre, 2013, pp.
525-527 Sociedade Brasileira de Psicologia Ribeirão Preto, Brasil Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=513751532018 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative ISSN 1413-389X Temas em Psicologia – 2013, Vol.
21, nº 2, 525-527 DOI: 10.9788-TP2013.2-18 A Problematic Proxy? On Meisenberg, Rindermann, Patel and Woodley (2012).
Analysis of the Relationship between Religiosity and Intelligence within Countries Edward Dutton1 Adjunct Professor of Anthropology of Religion, Oulu University, Oulu, Finland This brief report is a commentary on Meisenberg, G., Rindermann, H., Patel, H., & Woodley, M. (2012).
Is it smart to believe in God? The relationship of religiosity with education and intelligence.
Temas em Psicologia, 20(1), 101-120. Meisenberg et al.
(2012) are to be thanked for providing a long overdue analysis of the relationship between intelligence and religiosity within a large sample of countries.
Drawing upon the World Values Survey between 1981 and 2009 (N = 345.743) across 96 countries they find that overall intelligence is negatively correlated with religious belief (70 countries), though there are exceptions (25 countries where it is positively correlated and 1 with no correlation).
This is a clear, well-argued and meticulous piece of research and those interested in the relationship between religion and intelligence are surely in Meisenberg et al’s (2012) de...





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