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  • Could Religious Rituals Teach Your Team How To Get In Sync?

    Forbes - 04/14/2022

    As David DeSteno, professor of psychology at Northeastern University, notes, in his book How God Works: The Science Behind the Benefits of Religion, these types of synchronizing actions appear in many religions – from the chanting of Buddhists and Hindus to the kneeling of Christians and Muslims to the swaying of Jews during prayer. 

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