While the positive correlation between religiosity and life satisfaction has long been known, a new study in the December issue of the American Sociological Review reveals religion's "secret ingredient" that makes people ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- College students who major in the social sciences and humanities are likely to become less religious, while those majoring in education are likely to become more religious.
Many college students send or receive text messages more than 100 times each day and at the most inappropriate times and places, a new study finds.
Immigrant Hispanic parents spank their young children less often than U.S.-born Hispanic parents, a new University of Michigan study found.
Indian scientists are significantly more religious than United Kingdom scientists, according to the first cross-national study of religion and spirituality among scientists.
While religious service attendance has decreased for all white Americans since the early 1970s, the rate of decline has been more than twice as high for those without college degrees compared to those who graduated from college, ...
A new University of Michigan study finds that Americans are much more likely to exaggerate their attendance at religious services than are people in many other countries.
(PhysOrg.com) -- U.S. church attendance rates have held relatively steady over the past three and a half decades, a new study shows. But the makeup of the nation's congregations has undergone significant changes during that ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- UA graduate student Rita Law's study to evaluate long-term effects of marital status and church attendance is among very few that have considered such a correlation.
Theatre and art are best way to encourage model citizens, says first large-scale survey of youth volunteering
Taking your children to the theatre or an art gallery is the best way of turning them into active community-minded citizens, even more so than to religious services, a new study has found.