CPC Postdoctoral Scholar Amy Burdette's research on religious affiliation and marital fidelity appears in news

Dec 7, 2007

Where you worship - and whether you worship at all - could be connected to your likelihood of straying from your marriage vows. ..."What matters the most is being involved in a religious organization," says Amy Burdette, co-author of the study and a post-doctoral scholar at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

This article is based on research published in the latest issue of Journal of Family Issues (Burdette, Amy M., Christopher G. Ellison, Darren E. Sherkat, and Kurt A. Gore. 2007. Are There Religious Variations in Marital Infidelity? Journal of Family Issues 28, no. 12: 1553-82).

To read the entire news article ("Faith and marital fidelity go hand in hand: study," The Daily News (Canada), December 6, 2007), click here:


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