About: Azim Shariff
- Azim Shariff is an assistant professor of Psychology at the University of Oregon where he studies moral, cultural and social psychology. Dr. Shariff's primary line of research explores the evolutionary origins of and psychological mechanisms underlying moral/pro-social behavior, with a special focus on the positive and negative social consequences of religions and related cultural systems.
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