The Chinese Challenge: Are Religious Rituals Structured by Natural Thought?

Each week, we will be posting new videos from The Chinese Challenge Conference in Hong Kong. This week, Dr. Justin Barrett, Director of the Thrive Center, presents his research on how religious rituals are structured by natural thoughts.

How do young people develop into thriving adults?

The Thrive Center strives to promote human thriving through relevant research and developing resources for individuals and organizations that help young people become flourishing adults.


Thrive Center Announcements

Elizabeth Krumrei-Mancuso of Pepperdine University, a researcher on the Science of Intellectual Humility Project, shares her empirical findings on intellectual humility with The Table at Biola University. Krumrei-Mancuso debunks the myth that to be intellectually humble is to be weak in your beliefs.

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Student Announcements - Upcoming Thrive Reflectoria

Monday, October 13, 11:00 am (Location: Psych 311) Title: Children’s Understanding of Intentional Agents: Revisiting the Preparedness Hypothesis Presenters: Thrive Fellow Tyler Greenway & Thrive Assistant Greg Foley Monday, November 24, 11:00 am (Location: Psych 311) TBD

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