Cindel White

PhD Student
location_on Kenny Room 3526--2136 West Mall

Research Area

Education

B.A., University of Western Ontario, 2015
M.A., University of British Columbia, 2017

About

Cindel White is a graduate student in Social Psychology, whose research combines psychological methods with cultural evolutionary theory to study religion, supernatural beliefs, and moral cognition. She studies how participation in religious communities, belief in supernatural forces, cognitive processes, and norms governing interpersonal morality interact through cultural evolutionary processes, to result in the diverse array of attitudes, beliefs, and practices seen across individuals and cultures.


Research

Research interests include religion; morality; social cognition; cultural evolution.


Cindel White

PhD Student
location_on Kenny Room 3526--2136 West Mall

B.A., University of Western Ontario, 2015
M.A., University of British Columbia, 2017

Cindel White is a graduate student in Social Psychology, whose research combines psychological methods with cultural evolutionary theory to study religion, supernatural beliefs, and moral cognition. She studies how participation in religious communities, belief in supernatural forces, cognitive processes, and norms governing interpersonal morality interact through cultural evolutionary processes, to result in the diverse array of attitudes, beliefs, and practices seen across individuals and cultures.

Research interests include religion; morality; social cognition; cultural evolution.

Cindel White

PhD Student
location_on Kenny Room 3526--2136 West Mall

B.A., University of Western Ontario, 2015
M.A., University of British Columbia, 2017

Cindel White is a graduate student in Social Psychology, whose research combines psychological methods with cultural evolutionary theory to study religion, supernatural beliefs, and moral cognition. She studies how participation in religious communities, belief in supernatural forces, cognitive processes, and norms governing interpersonal morality interact through cultural evolutionary processes, to result in the diverse array of attitudes, beliefs, and practices seen across individuals and cultures.

Research interests include religion; morality; social cognition; cultural evolution.