Atheism and negative emotions/thoughts

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To see relevant studies and historical data about the atheist population's highly unusual propensity to display negative emotions such as depression, anger, anxiety and boredom, please see:

Research suggests that irreligiousity is a causal factor for domestic violence.[1] See: Irreligion and domestic violence and Secular Europe and domestic violence

1. Atheism and depression (Cites relevant studies about atheism increasing depression)


2. Atheism and suicide (Atheists have a higher suicide rate than the general public)


3. Militant atheism and anger (Studies and historical information about atheism and anger)


4. Irreligion and domestic violence and Secular Europe and domestic violence (Research indicates that religiosity lowers one's propensity to engage in domestic violence)


5. Militant atheism (Historical information about atheism/violence/intolerance)


6. Atheism and emotional intelligence (Cites relevant studies about atheists having lower emotional intelligence). See also: Atheism and alcoholism


7. Atheism and social intelligence (Cites relevant studies and historical data showing lower interpersonal skills within the atheist population)


8. Atheism and death anxiety (Cites relevant studies and historical data related to atheism/death anxiety and related matters)


9. Atheism and meaninglessness (Cites relevant information from studies and history)


10. Atheism and irrationality (Cites studies on irreligion/irrationality/superstitious beliefs and other relevant information)


11. Atheism, obesity and loneliness (Cites studies and other relevant data)

See also

Notes

  1. doi: 10.1177/1077801207308259 Violence Against Women, Race/Ethnicity, Religious Involvement, and Domestic Violence, November 2007 vol. 13 no. 11 1094-1112