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Jordan W. Moon
Jordan W. Moon
Centre for Culture and Evolution, Brunel University London
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Can psychological traits explain mobility behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic?
HF Chan, JW Moon, DA Savage, A Skali, B Torgler, S Whyte
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (6), 1018-1029, 2021
882021
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
682023
Religious people are trusted because they are viewed as slow life-history strategists
JW Moon, JA Krems, AB Cohen
Psychological science 29 (6), 947-960, 2018
682018
Is nothing sacred? Religion, sex, and reproductive strategies
JW Moon, JA Krems, AB Cohen, DT Kenrick
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (4), 361-365, 2019
432019
Why are world religions so concerned with sexual behavior?
JW Moon
Current Opinion in Psychology 40, 15-19, 2021
332021
Beliefs about men’s sexual self-control predict attitudes toward women’s immodest clothing and public breastfeeding [preprint]. PsyArXiv
JW Moon, V Wongsomboon, B Sevi
32*2021
Science, God, and the cosmos: Science both erodes (via logic) and promotes (via awe) belief in God
KA Johnson, JW Moon, MA Okun, MJ Scott, HP O'Rourke, JN Hook, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 84, 103826, 2019
302019
Lay beliefs about gender and sexual behavior: First evidence for a pervasive, robust (but seemingly unfounded) stereotype
JA Krems, A Ko, JW Moon, MEW Varnum
Psychological Science 32 (6), 871-889, 2021
212021
Men are less religious in more gender-equal countries
JW Moon, AE Tratner, MM McDonald
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1968), 20212474, 2022
192022
Is there anything good about atheists? Exploring positive and negative stereotypes of the religious and nonreligious
JW Moon, JA Krems, AB Cohen
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (8), 1505-1516, 2021
162021
Faith and science mindsets as predictors of COVID-19 concern: A three-wave longitudinal study
KA Johnson, AN Baraldi, JW Moon, MA Okun, AB Cohen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 96, 104186, 2021
162021
Opposition to short-term mating predicts anti-atheist prejudice
JW Moon, JA Krems, AB Cohen
Personality and Individual Differences 165, 110136, 2020
162020
Psychology: Atheism and moral intuitions
AB Cohen, JW Moon
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (8), 0157, 2017
132017
Is religion special?
JW Moon, AB Cohen, K Laurin, DP MacKinnon
Perspectives on Psychological Science 18 (2), 340-357, 2023
122023
" The Measure Ye Mete": Does Prosocial Priming Lead to Harsher Moral Judgment?
JW Moon, RR Wright, CS Broadbent, ED Robinson
Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research 22 (1), 10-18, 2017
52017
Assessing religion and spirituality in a cross-cultural sample: development of religion and spirituality items for the Global Flourishing Study
KA Johnson, JW Moon, TJ VanderWeele, S Schnitker, BR Johnson
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-14, 2023
32023
The interaction of faith and science mindsets predicts perceptions of the relationship between religion and science
KA Johnson, MA Okun, JW Moon
Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology 4, 100113, 2023
32023
Not just a hijack: Imaginary worlds can enhance individual and group-level fitness
D Wilbanks, JW Moon, BA Stewart, K Gray, MEW Varnum
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45, e305, 2022
22022
The Role of Opposition to Abortion in Shaping Policy Preferences: Unveiling Hidden Reproductive Goals
JW Moon, J Krems
OSF, 2023
12023
Considering the role of self-interest in moral disciplining.
JW Moon
Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 2023
12023
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