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Believing, bonding, behaving, and belonging: The big four religious dimensions and cultural variation

Bibliographic reference Saroglou, Vassilis. Believing, bonding, behaving, and belonging: The big four religious dimensions and cultural variation. In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Vol. 42, no.8, p. 1320-1340 (2011)
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