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Religion and Self Control: UM Psychology Professor Michael McCullough Discusses Study -short version

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Uploaded on Dec 30, 2008

A study by a University of Miami psychologist reveals that religion facilitates the exercise of self-control and attainment of long-term goals.

In his study, Michael McCullough, a psychology professor at the University of Miami, finds a strong correlation between religion and self-control, or self-regulation. He explains that religious people may have at their disposal a set of unique resources that makes them better suited to adhering to long term goals.

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