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Chris Burris
Professor
519-884-8111 x 28213
Educational Background:

B.A.

Grace College (Indiana)

1986

 

M.A.

Ball State University (Indiana)

1988

 

Ph.D.

University of Kansas

1995

Awards:

Outstanding Early Career Research Contribution Award

APA Division 36 (Psychology of Religion)

1997

Research Activity:

Burris, C. T., & Sani, F. (in press). Beyond death’s (and conception’s) door: The unsettling limitations of incarnate existence. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion.

Burris, C. T., & Dow, T. (2015). Lost in the Myst?: Narrative video gaming decreases self-reported propensity for spiritual/religious experience. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 25, 18-28.

 

 

Petrican, R., Burris, C. T., & Moscovitch, M. (2015). Shame, sexual compulsivity, and the eroticization of flirtatious others: An experimental study. Journal of Sex Research, 52, 98-109.

 

 

Reesor Rempel, S., & Burris, C. T. (2015). Personal values as predictors of donor-focused versus recipient- focused organizational helping philosophies. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 44, 181-191.

 

 

Burris, C. T., & Munteanu, A. (2015). Greater arousal in response to expansive female pubic hair is linked to more positive reactions to female sterility among heterosexual men. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 24, 63-68.

 

 

Burris, C. T., & Raif, K. (2015). Make-believe unmakes belief: Childhood play style and adult personality as predictors of religious identity change. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 25, 91-106.