Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology

Is There a Pervasive Implicit Bias Against Theism in Psychology?

Vol. 29, No. 2, Fall 2009
Item #: 5872902
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0805-0
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Articles in this issue

Editorial
Pages 61–62
Teo, Thomas

Is There a Pervasive Implicit Bias Against Theism in Psychology?
Pages 63–79
Slife, Brent D.; Reber, Jeffrey S.

Prejudice or Propaganda
Pages 80–84
Alcock, James E.

Overcoming Contradiction in the Four-Dimensional Dialectic of Action
Pages 85–90
Vande Kemp, Hendrika

Sham Reasoning, Humpty Dumpty, and the Burden of Proof
Pages 91–96
Hibberd, Fiona J.

The Problem of Prejudice in Plural Worlds
Pages 97–101
Gergen, Kenneth J.

Psychology, Religion, and World Loyalty
Pages 102–107
Stenner, Paul

What Is This Naturalism Stuff All About?
Pages 108–113
Bishop, Robert C.

The Painted Dragons in Affective Science: Can the Chinese Notion of Ganlei Add a Transformative Detail?
Pages 114–121
Sundararajan, Louise

Biases Against Theism in Psychology?
Pages 122–127
Richardson, Frank C.

The Prejudice Against Prejudice: A Reply to the Comments
Pages 128–136
Slife, Brent D.; Reber, Jeffrey S.

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