Jonathan Lanman
Jonathan Lanman
Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Anthropology, Queen's University Belfast
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The Ties That Bind Us
H Whitehouse, JA Lanman
Current Anthropology 55 (6), 674-695, 2014
The evolution of extreme cooperation via shared dysphoric experiences
H Whitehouse, J Jong, MD Buhrmester, Á Gómez, B Bastian, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
The science of religious beliefs
JL Barrett, JA Lanman
Religion 38 (2), 109-124, 2008
When terror hits home: Identity fused Americans who saw Boston bombing victims as “family” provided aid
MD Buhrmester, WT Fraser, JA Lanman, H Whitehouse, WB Swann Jr
Self and Identity 14 (3), 253-270, 2015
Religious actions speak louder than words: exposure to credibility-enhancing displays predicts theism
JA Lanman, MD Buhrmester
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-14, 2016
The importance of religious displays for belief acquisition and secularization
JA Lanman
Journal of Contemporary Religion 27 (1), 49-65, 2012
Collective synchrony increases prosociality towards non‐performers and outgroup members
P Reddish, EMW Tong, J Jong, JA Lanman, H Whitehouse
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (4), 722-738, 2016
Three wishes for the world
H Whitehouse, W Swann, G Ingram, K Prochownik, J Lanman, TM Waring, ...
Cliodynamics: The Journal of Theoretical and Mathematical History 4 (2), 2013
CREDs, CRUDs, and Catholic Scandals: Experimentally examining the effects of religious paragon behavior on co-religionist belief
H Turpin, M Andersen, J Lanman
Religion, Brain, and Behavior 9 (2), 143-155, 2019
Common criticisms of the cognitive science of religion—answered
E Cohen, JA Lanman, H Whitehouse, RN McCauley
Bulletin of the Council of Societies for the Study of Religion 37 (4), 112-115, 2008
For cause or kin
MD Buhrmester, J Lanman
Identity fusion predicts self-sacrifice for one’s religion.[rHW], 0
Understanding Unbelief: Atheists and agnostics around the world
S Bullivant, M Farias, J Lanman, L Lee
St Mary's University Twickenham, 2019
How ‘natives’ don’t think: the apotheosis of overinterpretation
JA Lanman
Religion, anthropology, and cognitive science, 105-32, 2007
In Defence of" Belief": A Cognitive Response to Behaviourism, Eliminativism, and Social Constructivism
JA Lanman
Issues in Ethnology and Anthropology 3 (3), 49-62, 2008
The nature of religious diversity: a cultural ecosystem approach
DS Wilson, Y Hartberg, I MacDonald, JA Lanman, H Whitehouse
Religion, Brain & Behavior 7 (2), 134-153, 2017
A secular mind: towards a cognitive anthropology of Atheism
JA Lanman
Oxford University, UK, 2010
Atheism and cognitive science
J Lanman
On the non-evolution of atheism and the importance of definitions and data
J Lanman
Religion, Brain & Behavior 2 (1), 76-78, 2012
Thou shalt believe-or not
J Lanman
New Scientist 209 (2805), 38-39, 2011
Measuring supernatural belief implicitly using the Affect Misattribution Procedure
RM Ross, JL Brown-Iannuzzi, WM Gervais, J Jong, JA Lanman, R McKay, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 10 (4), 393-406, 2020
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