The relationship Between Religion and Cooperation

A study completed by the Queensland University of Technology found that more 2500 practicing Christians and atheists in the United States have found their levels of cooperation increase with deliberation, and they were not intuitively cooperative like previous studies on religion and cooperation have suggested. The Monday Daily show was joined by the studies lead researcher, Dr Ozan Isler, an experimental and behavioural economist with the QUT who believes that Religions promote cooperation, but they can also be divisive. 

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