A cross-cultural study of some supernatural beliefs

Cross-Cultural Approaches HRAF Press New Haven Published In Pages: 196-206
By Spiro, Melford E., D'Andrade, Roy G.


"The greater the degree to which supernatural punishment is noncontingent: . . . 1) the lower satisfaction of behavior systems . . . 2) the earlier the age of socialization . . . and 3) the greater the inconsistency in socialization" (201)


Test NameSupportSignificanceCoefficientTail
Pearson’s product-moment correlationNot Supportedabove .10.39UNKNOWN