Adam Baimel
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The evolution of religion and morality: a synthesis of ethnographic and experimental evidence from eight societies
BG Purzycki, J Henrich, C Apicella, QD Atkinson, A Baimel, E Cohen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (2), 101-132, 2018
Enhancing “theory of mind” through behavioral synchrony
A Baimel, RL Severson, AS Baron, SAJ Birch
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 870, 2015
Coordinating bodies and minds: Behavioral synchrony fosters mentalizing
A Baimel, SAJ Birch, A Norenzayan
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 74, 281-290, 2018
Rewarding the good and punishing the bad: The role of karma and afterlife beliefs in shaping moral norms
AK Willard, A Baimel, H Turpin, J Jong, H Whitehouse
Evolution and Human Behavior 41 (5), 385-396, 2020
Perspectives on perspective taking: how children think about the minds of others
SAJ Birch, V Li, T Haddock, SE Ghrear, P Brosseau-Liard, A Baimel, ...
Advances in Child Development and Behavior 52, 185-226, 2017
What are the causes and consequences of belief in karma?
C White, A Baimel, A Norenzayan
Religion, Brain & Behavior 7 (4), 339-342, 2017
How cultural learning and cognitive biases shape religious beliefs
CJM White, A Baimel, A Norenzayan
Current Opinion in Psychology 40, 34-39, 2021
Towards a psychology of religion and the environment
JL Preston, A Baimel
Current Opinion in Psychology 40, 145-149, 2021
Religiosity and resource allocation in Marajó, Brazil
E Cohen, A Baimel, BG Purzycki
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (2), 168-184, 2018
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-47, 2022
Cognitive pathways to belief in karma and belief in God
CJM White, AK Willard, A Baimel, A Norenzayan
Cognitive Science 45 (1), e12935, 2021
Machiavellian strategist or cultural learner? Mentalizing and learning over development in a resource-sharing game
A Baimel, M Juda, S Birch, J Henrich
Evolutionary Human Sciences 3, 2021
Children's understanding of when a person's confidence and hesitancy is a cue to their credibility
SAJ Birch, RL Severson, A Baimel
PloS one 15 (1), e0227026, 2020
Reasoning about the supernatural: A cross-cultural examination of how and when intuitions shape belief
AS Baimel
University of British Columbia, 2019
Traumatic life experiences and religiosity in eight countries
J Jong, A Baimel, R Ross, R McKay, M Bluemke, J Halberstadt
Scientific data 7 (1), 1-8, 2020
Are the classic false belief tasks cursed? Young children are just as likely as older children to pass a false belief task when they are not required to overcome the curse of …
S Ghrear, A Baimel, T Haddock, SAJ Birch
PloS one 16 (2), e0244141, 2021
How is analytical thinking related to religious belief? A test of three theoretical models
A Baimel, CJM White, H Sarkissian, A Norenzayan
Religion, Brain & Behavior, 1-22, 2021
Understanding the Evolution of Religion: An Interdisciplinary Approach
AK Willard, A Baimel
Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion 4 (1), 73-80, 2016
Material insecurity predicts greater commitment to moralistic and less commitment to local deities: a cross-cultural investigation
A Baimel, C Apicella, Q Atkinson, A Bolyanatz, E Cohen, C Handley, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 12 (1-2), 4-17, 2022
Maximally Intuitive, Minimally Evidenced: Universal cognitive biases as the basis for supernatural beliefs
A Willard, H Turpin, A Baimel
PsyArXiv, 2022
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