The goal of this research synthesis is to obtain evidence about a new and upcoming idea of how political ideology and religious beliefs may be predicted by disgust, moral codes and physiological activity. Previously, it was believed by some that politics and religion were a product of an individual's environment and influences of an individual's family and friend's beliefs. Current research is trying to explain how much a person's biology influences their beliefs. This thesis will aim to explain how it is possible to obtain these types of data and why this research is important.
Modianos, Doan T.
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
College of Sciences
Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Orlando (Main) Campus
Mannion, Kayla M., "How Disgust, Physiological Activity and Moral Foundations May Predict Political Attitudes and Religious Beliefs: A Systematic Review" (2017). Honors in the Major Theses. 184.