Jordan Grafman joins the show to discuss his recent study in Neuropsychologia exploring the biological reasons for religious fundamentalism and other deeply held beliefs.
Jordan Grafman, Ph.D. is a professor at Northwestern University and Director of Brain Injury Research at the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago). He’s also the co-author of “Biological and cognitive underpinnings of religious fundamentalism,” recently published in Neuropsychologia.
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