Why do people believe in superstitions? A person who has a fear of the future might end up believing in ghosts because such a belief will allow him to vent some of his real life fears.
Yahyah - Muti M. How Meranao young men and women acquired alternative scientific conceptions towards food preservation and food preparation are an inevitable concern of some academicians.
The goal of this research is: A total of superstitious beliefs were with scientific basis but only 11 concepts about food preservation and 10 concepts about food preparations were identified having scientific basis.
The superstitious beliefs that are not science related should be substantiated carefully and methodically and apply it for the development of scientific investigations. Keywords Superstitious belief, food preparation, food preservation, scientific perspective Full Text: Paranormal, superstitious, magical, and religious beliefs.
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A study of their practices and beliefs. Mindanao State University Eleazu, C.He first postulates that belief in superstition can boost self-belief ahead of performance-based tasks, as people perceive that they are better able to influence the outcome when they adhere to their personal superstitious rituals.
Secondly, Hutson asserts that irrational beliefs such as the belief in god and karma helps people to assign. People who feel they don’t have a lot of control over their lives are generally more likely to act superstitious, and some research suggests superstitious thinking is a way to increase our sense of self-efficacy Superstitiousness and perceived anxiety control as predictors of psychological distress.
Zebb, B.J., Moore, M.C., Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, College of Medicine at Peoria, . It is then recommended that all superstitious belief that does not have scientific proof should be disregarded no matter relevant it might to the peoples’ lives.
The superstitious beliefs that are not science related should be substantiated carefully and methodically and apply it for the development of scientific investigations. An anthropological description of the same belief would use different, nonjudgmental language drawn from the perspective of people engaged in the beliefs and .
The experience of the war also shaped people’s belief. For some, the futility and brutality of the lethal conflict destroyed any vestige of faith, while others found refuge in their religion.
Often, the pain of war altered, but did not erase, faith. teaching and learning approaches and philosophies that consider health attributions, beliefs, and practices of patients.
Keywords: Cultural health attributions, health beliefs, cultural diversity, culture and medical education, culture and healthcare.