Religious Americans Have Less Positive Attitudes Toward Science, But This Does Not Extend To Other Cultures (McPhetres, Jong, & Zuckerman, 2019)

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Description: This project is created as the central page for the 11 studies reported in "Religious Americans Have Less Positive Attitudes Toward Science, But This Does Not Extend To Other Cultures " by McPhetres, Jong, & Zuckerman (2019). Original project pages and preregistrations for Studies 1-5b and Study 7 are linked via components. However, for convenience, data and analysis scripts for all 11 studies are included in the files list on this page and links directly to preregistrations are below: Study 3b: https://osf.io/gezar/?view_only=c5409c976aa44cbcb2f481192909b877 Study 4a: https://osf.io/m3fkt/?view_only=c5fef48830b7428c93ed8b30df0d0b7a Study 4b: https://osf.io/y7vwe/?view_only=6b89238ec7ad476ab3a2527cdd02d807 Study 5a: https://osf.io/un6ka/?view_only=526d7691dbe94f148c4936846b2511cf Study 5b: https://osf.io/z4m5r/?view_only=dcc7c15ca87a42b2bdc93b22cc6c345a Study 6a: https://osf.io/fw795/?view_only=c6ce822a58fc475c943be58c32549c29 Study 6b: https://osf.io/v6gc5/?view_only=b2ce296da0d0401886e162b23e365d7a Study 8: https://osf.io/rfy7h/?view_only=daf5dfd6fe4b4e46aba42d0a2ffa8ab0

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