2012 RELI 328: Religion and Human Biology
This course approaches religion as a dimension of human biology. We consider research that investigates religion using the methods of cognitive science, evolutionary biology, neuroscience, economics, and social psychology. Topics include religious education; religion and cooperation; hypnosis; collective ritual; emotion and memory; and the evolutionary archaeology of religion.
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