Moon, J. W. (in press). Why are world religions so concerned with sexual behavior? Current Opinion in Psychology.
Chan, H. F., Moon, J. W., Savage, D. A., Skali, A., Torgler, B., & Whyte, S. (in press). Can psychological traits explain mobility behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic? Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Moon, J. W., Krems, J. A., & Cohen, A. B. (2020). Opposition to short-term mating predicts anti-atheist prejudice. Personality and Individual Differences, 165, Article 110136. [link]
Johnson, K. A., Moon, J. W., Okun, M. A., Scott, M. J., O’Rourke, H. P., Hook, J. N., & Cohen, A. B. (2019). Science, God, and the cosmos: Science both erodes (via logic) and promotes (via awe) belief in God. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 84, 103826. [link]
Moon, J. W., Krems, J. A., Cohen, A. B., & Kenrick, D. T. (2019). Is nothing sacred? Religion, sex, and reproductive strategies. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 28, 361–365. [link]
Moon, J. W., Krems, J. A., & Cohen, A. B. (2018). Religious people are trusted because they are viewed as slow life-history strategists. Psychological Science, 29, 947–960. [link]
Cohen, A. B., & Moon, J. W. (2017). Psychology: Atheism and moral intuitions. Nature Human Behaviour, 1, 0157. [link]