Religiosity and Lie scores: A question of interpretation

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Leslie J. Francis
Paul R. Pearson
William K. Kay
Cite this article:  Francis, L., Pearson, P., & Kay, W. (1988). Religiosity and Lie scores: A question of interpretation. Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 16(1), 91-96.


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A total of 3,228 11- to 16-year olds completed the Francis Scale of Attitude towards Christianity and the Junior Eysenck Personality Questionnaire. The positive relationship between religiosity and lie scale scores was examined in light of the 3 theories that religious people are less mature, more socially conforming, or simply bigger liars.


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