4. Dimension in Glock's system: what people ought to do as a result of their religion
7. Dimension in Glock's system: direct knowledge of ultimate reality.
9. One of the 3 traditional dimensions in individual differences, concerned with beliefs & how they are learned
11. Defining a topic in terms of its parts
13. The emotional response to an object or situation
17. He developed a logical-empirical approach to religion in his studies of prejudice
18. Psych of rel is often considered part of the study of ___ differences
19. Father of the psychology of religion; studied whether rel. was helpful or harmful.
22. Spirituality is usually viewed ___ and individually.
23. The positivity or negativity of an event
25. ___ analysis, often used in empirical approaches to rel.
26. One controversy is whether ___ can be separated from religion
27. Glock's approach to religion is ____
1. Need for this helps form our attributions
2. Dimension in Glock's system: knowledge of tenets of faith
3. phenomena are lacking in historical-cultural foundation, are transitory, and without reason
5. ___ behavior such as avoiding the number 13. As a class of beh., it is different from religion.
6. All thinking & behavior takes place in an interpersonal and ___ context.
8. In contrast to nomothetic, it focuses on qualitative, phenomenological accounts of behavior
10. The type of attributions typically employed first.
12. Hunt's dimension, is neither literal nor antiliteral
14. Dimension in Glock's system: religious practices
15. Dimension in Glock's system: holding certain beliefs
16. The individual in context is a form of ___ influence on attributions
20. Dimension in Batson & Ventis' system
21. Sets of interrelated beliefs and values making up the cognitive realm of religiosity
23. Cognitive constructs of good
24. Borque says ____ affects whether an event is attributed to a religious cause.