Religiosity, Executive Cognitive Functioning, and Health-Related Risks in Adolescence

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to examine how religious and spiritual practices relate to decision-making processes around risky health behaviors in adolescents. This is a pilot study.

Participants: College students age 18-21.

Description: Participants will complete questionnaires about mood, cognitive function, personality, religiosity, and risk-taking behavior.

Principal Investigator: Robert Neville, PhD