Michael E. Nielsen, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1993- Psychology Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, United States 
Area:
religion, personality, peace psychology
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http://www.psywww.com/psyrelig/
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Hatton AT, Nielsen ME. (2016) ‘War on Terror’ in our backyard: effects of framing and violent ISIS propaganda on anti-Muslim prejudice Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. 1-14
Cragun RT, Merino SM, Nielsen M, et al. (2016) Predictors of opposition to and support for the ordination of women: insights from the LDS Church Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 19: 124-137
Cragun RT, Kosmin B, Keysar A, et al. (2012) On the Receiving End: Discrimination toward the Non-Religious in the United States Journal of Contemporary Religion. 27: 105-127
Nielsen M. (2009) Opinions Regarding Polygamy Among LDS Church Members: Demographic Predictors Archive For the Psychology of Religion. 31: 261-270
Randolph-Seng B, Nielsen ME. (2009) Opening the doors of perception: Priming altered states of consciousness outside of conscious awareness Archive For the Psychology of Religion. 31: 237-260
Nielsen ME, Williams J, Randolph-Seng B. (2009) Religious orientation, personality, and attitudes about human stem cell research International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 19: 81-91
Nielsen ME, White D. (2008) Men's grooming in the Latter-day Saints Church: A qualitative study of norm violation Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 11: 807-825
Randolph-Seng B, Nielsen ME, Bottoms BL, et al. (2008) The relationship between ethnicity, Christian orthodoxy, and mental health Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 11: 795-805
Randolph-Seng B, Nielsen ME. (2008) Is God really watching you? A response to Shariff and Norenzayan (2007) International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 18: 119-122
Randolph-Seng B, Nielsen ME. (2007) Honesty: One Effect of Primed Religious Representations International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 17: 303-315
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