PSYCH 201 - W11 SYL.pdf - Emily Mallory PSYCH201 W04 Share Your Learning November 30th 2019 Honestly the results found during this study were not all

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Emily Mallory PSYCH201 W04: Share Your Learning November 30 th , 2019 Honestly, the results found during this study were not all that surprising. This may just be because I am part of a larger religious organization and have seen the effects of the protection of religiosity in my own life, compared to my less or non-religious friends who have engaged in antisocial behavior or substance abuse. In my own experiences with friends of the same religion and around the same religiosity, none of us have ever felt a huge desire to participate in antisocial behavior or substance abuse of any kind. However, not all those in higher religious organizations are exempt from this behavior. What I found interesting in this study is that they found that private religiosity may not be enough on its own to serve as a protective factor for people that are emerging into adulthood. Not
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Unformatted text preview: everyone is exempt from the influences of substance usage, especially in a period of their lives where they are experiencing the most freedom and independence. Another aspect I found interesting was that both extremely and moderately religious groups experienced this protective effect of religion and the influence it has on their choices. As you get older, you experience less of a desire for deviancy activity and behavior in general. I’m sure with religion, that factors into the desires for deviancy and lessens it. I think it would be interesting to study different religions specifically and if there are certain religious that are more or less susceptible to deviancy or antisocial behavior....
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