Students in Rutgers Psychology Class Probe Religious Mind
Does religion make people moral?
Why do so many Americans disapprove of atheists?
Can science shed new light on how humans acquire religious beliefs?
These are some of the questions Professor Julien Musolino poses in “The Religious Mind,” a psychology course in the School of Arts and Sciences that draws nearly 200 students, filling a large stadium-style lecture hall in the Rutgers Academic Building.