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Does religious belief promote prosociality? A critical examination.
LW Galen
Psychological bulletin 138 (5), 876, 2012
5552012
The nonreligious: Understanding secular people and societies
P Zuckerman, LW Galen, FL Pasquale
Oxford University Press, 2016
2642016
Mental well-being in the religious and the non-religious: Evidence for a curvilinear relationship
LW Galen, JD Kloet
Mental Health, Religion & Culture 14 (7), 673-689, 2011
2332011
Religiosity, alcohol expectancies, drinking motives and their interaction in the prediction of drinking among college students.
LW Galen, WM Rogers
Journal of studies on alcohol 65 (4), 469-476, 2004
1722004
The utility of novelty seeking, harm avoidance, and expectancy in the prediction of drinking
LW Galen, MJ Henderson, RD Whitman
Addictive Behaviors 22 (1), 93-106, 1997
1211997
The predictive validity of the university of rhode island change assessment questionnaire in a heroin-addicted polysubstance abuse sample.
MJ Henderson, KK Saules, LW Galen
Psychology of addictive behaviors 18 (2), 106, 2004
932004
Validation of cocaine and marijuana effect expectancies in a treatment setting
LW Galen, MJ Henderson
Addictive Behaviors 24 (5), 719-724, 1999
881999
Sociopathy, gender, and treatment outcome among outpatient substance abusers
LW Galen, KJ Brower, BW Gillespie, RA Zucker
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 61 (1), 23-33, 2000
822000
Atheism, wellbeing, and the wager: Why not believing in God (with others) is good for you
L Galen
Science, Religion and Culture 2 (3), 54-69, 2015
722015
Personality and social integration factors distinguishing nonreligious from religious groups: The importance of controlling for attendance and demographics
LW Galen, J Kloet
Archive for the Psychology of Religion 33 (2), 205-228, 2011
642011
Nonreligious group factors versus religious belief in the prediction of prosociality
LW Galen, M Sharp, A McNulty
Social Indicators Research 122, 411-432, 2015
632015
Perceptions of religious and nonreligious targets: Exploring the effects of perceivers' religious fundamentalism
LW Galen, CM Smith, N Knapp, N Wyngarden
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (9), 2123-2143, 2011
612011
Alcohol expectancies and motives in a substance abusing male treatment sample
LW Galen, MJ Henderson, MD Coovert
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 62 (3), 205-214, 2001
542001
Support for animal rights as a function of belief in evolution, religious fundamentalism, and religious denomination
J DeLeeuw, L Galen, C Aebersold, V Stanton
Society & Animals 15 (4), 353-363, 2007
532007
Support for animal rights as a function of belief in evolution, religious fundamentalism, and religious denomination
J DeLeeuw, L Galen, C Aebersold, V Stanton
Society & Animals 15 (4), 353-363, 2007
532007
Temperament style and substance abuse characteristics
MJ Henderson, LW Galen, JW DeLuca
Substance Abuse 19 (2), 61-70, 1998
501998
Temperament style and substance abuse characteristics
MJ Henderson, LW Galen, JW DeLuca
Substance Abuse 19 (2), 61-70, 1998
501998
Focusing on the nonreligious reveals secular mechanisms underlying well-being and prosociality.
LW Galen
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10 (3), 296, 2018
492018
Profiles of the godless
LW Galen
Free Inquiry 29 (5), 41-45, 2009
462009
A classification of substance-dependent men on temperament and severity variables
MJ Henderson, LW Galen
Addictive behaviors 28 (4), 741-760, 2003
342003
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