Emotions Matter More For People’s Life Satisfaction in Religious Than Secular Countries

Mohsen Joshanloo: Emotions are less important determinants and signifiers of well-being in religious countries because these countries are less affected by the modern norms and values that promote secularized concepts of well-being and emotion. People in more religious countries are more likely to evaluate their lives based on religious standards, such as the degree to which they live according to religious norms or participate in religious activities.

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