Research

My research interests span areas of personality and social psychology, with a particular emphasis on the psychology of religion (including the consequences of religious belief and non-belief) and the relationships between personality, attitudes, and well-being. My current research projects examine the way religious individuals explain daily events, as well as individual differences in the relationship between subjective authenticity and well-being.

Current research projects include:

  • Effects of Religious Priming
  • Antecedents and Consequences of Religious Non-Belief
  • Meaning, Teleological Explanations, and Well-Being
  • Subjective Authenticity
  • Implicit and Explicit Motives

For more details, please see my list of publications.