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  1. The presence of moralizing high gods facilitates and sustains high political complexity (2, 5).Watts, Joseph - Broad supernatural punishment but not moralizing high gods precede the evolu..., 2015 - 2 Variables

    The authors investigate whether moralizing high gods and, more generally, supernatural punishment precede, sustain, or follow political complexity. The cultural traits at hand are mapped onto phylogenetic trees representing the descent and relatedness of 96 Austronesian cultures.

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  2. High political complexity has coevolved with broad supernatural punishment (2, 5).Watts, Joseph - Broad supernatural punishment but not moralizing high gods precede the evolu..., 2015 - 2 Variables

    The authors investigate whether moralizing high gods and, more generally, supernatural punishment precede, sustain, or follow political complexity. The cultural traits at hand are mapped onto phylogenetic trees representing the descent and relatedness of 96 Austronesian cultures.

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  3. Belief in broad supernatural punishment facilitates and sustains high political complexity (2, 5).Watts, Joseph - Broad supernatural punishment but not moralizing high gods precede the evolu..., 2015 - 2 Variables

    The authors investigate whether moralizing high gods and, more generally, supernatural punishment precede, sustain, or follow political complexity. The cultural traits at hand are mapped onto phylogenetic trees representing the descent and relatedness of 96 Austronesian cultures.

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  4. Societies in which high gods are more active and concerned with human morality will be more loyal to the local and wider community (421).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 3 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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  5. In a multiple regression model, presence of high gods will be positively associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions (426).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 6 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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  6. Societies in which high gods are more active and concerned with human morality will be larger (420).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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  7. Societies in which high gods are more active and concerned with human morality will be more compliant with social norms and decisions (421).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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  8. Societies in which high gods are more active and concerned with human morality will be more likely to pay taxes (421).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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  9. Societies in which high gods are more active and concerned with human morality will be more sharing with food (421).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 2 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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  10. Societies in which high gods are more active and concerned with human morality will be more able to lend money and use abstract media of exchange (421).Johnson, Dominic D.P. - God's punishment and public goods, 2005 - 3 Variables

    This study tests the relationship between supernatural punishment (indexed by the importance of moralizing "high gods") and several proxy measures of cooperation. Results suggest that the presence of high gods is associated with money and credit, credit source, community size, jurisdictional hierarchy beyond the local community, and sanctions.

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