Harvey Whitehouse
Harvey Whitehouse
Chair of Social Anthropology, University of Oxford
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Modes of religiosity: A cognitive theory of religious transmission
H Whitehouse
Rowman Altamira, 2004
When group membership gets personal: a theory of identity fusion.
WB Swann Jr, J Jetten, Á Gómez, H Whitehouse, B Bastian
Psychological review 119 (3), 441, 2012
Arguments and icons: Divergent modes of religiosity: Divergent modes of religiosity
H Whitehouse
OUP Oxford, 2000
Is it good to cooperate? Testing the theory of morality-as-cooperation in 60 societies
OS Curry, DA Mullins, H Whitehouse
Current anthropology 60 (1), 47-69, 2019
The ties that bind us: Ritual, fusion, and identification
H Whitehouse, JA Lanman
Current Anthropology 55 (6), 674-695, 2014
Inside the cult: Religious innovation and transmission in Papua New Guinea
H Whitehouse
Oxford University Press, 1995
Happy to help? A systematic review and meta-analysis of the effects of performing acts of kindness on the well-being of the actor
OS Curry, LA Rowland, CJ Van Lissa, S Zlotowitz, J McAlaney, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 76, 320-329, 2018
Brothers in arms: Libyan revolutionaries bond like family
H Whitehouse, B McQuinn, M Buhrmester, WB Swann Jr
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (50), 17783-17785, 2014
Religion and morality.
R McKay, H Whitehouse
Psychological bulletin 141 (2), 447, 2015
Rites of terror: Emotion, metaphor and memory in Melanesian initiation cults
H Whitehouse
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 703-715, 1996
The cultural morphospace of ritual form: Examining modes of religiosity cross-culturally
QD Atkinson, H Whitehouse
Evolution and human behavior 32 (1), 50-62, 2011
Modes of religiosity: Towards a cognitive explanation of the sociopolitical dynamics of religion
H Whitehouse
Method & Theory in the Study of Religion 14 (3-4), 293-315, 2002
Theorizing religions past: Archaeology, history, and cognition
H Whitehouse, LH Martin
Rowman Altamira, 2004
Dying for the group: Towards a general theory of extreme self-sacrifice
H Whitehouse
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, e192, 2018
RETRACTED ARTICLE: Complex societies precede moralizing gods throughout world history
H Whitehouse, P François, PE Savage, TE Currie, KC Feeney, E Cioni, ...
Nature 568 (7751), 226-229, 2019
Stick to the script: The effect of witnessing multiple actors on children’s imitation
PA Herrmann, CH Legare, PL Harris, H Whitehouse
Cognition 129 (3), 536-543, 2013
Wrath of God: Religious primes and punishment
R McKay, C Efferson, H Whitehouse, E Fehr
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1713), 1858-1863, 2011
The evolution of extreme cooperation via shared dysphoric experiences
H Whitehouse, J Jong, MD Buhrmester, Á Gómez, B Bastian, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 44292, 2017
Ritual and memory: Toward a comparative anthropology of religion
H Whitehouse, J Laidlaw
Rowman Altamira, 2004
Imitative flexibility and the development of cultural learning
CH Legare, NJ Wen, PA Herrmann, H Whitehouse
Cognition 142, 351-361, 2015
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