Study finds the nonreligious can be more close-minded than the religious — (@PsyPost) June 24, 2017 But two other measures of closed-mindedness told a different story. Atheists tended to show greater intolerance of contradiction, meaning when they were presented with two seemingly contradictory statements they rated one asContinue Reading

Study uncovers how brain damage increases religious fundamentalism — (@PsyPost) May 6, 2017 Grafman and his colleagues examined male Vietnam combat veterans with lesions to part of the brain known as the ventromedial prefrontal cortex. They found veterans with these lesions reported higher levels of religious fundamentalism comparedContinue Reading