Hardik Raypal et al.
Can we predict worldviews evolution the same way we calculate the appearance of cyclones and epidemics?
Alexandra Maland, Liane Gabora
How to teach creativity that begins with self-organizing worldviews: not being domain-specific, and not measurable by tangible creative outputs?
David Rousseau, Julie Billingham
Worldviews as systems: a synthesis based on findings in anthropology, religious studies, sociology, theology, cosmology, psychology, and philosophy.
A critique of quantitative approaches to study of personal worldviews.
Michelle LeBaron, Heidi Burgess
Worldviews can be resources for understanding and analyzing conflicts when fundamental differences divide groups of people.
The article connects historical "map" of four worldview types in the culture of the West with five main aspects of worldview.
Ian Gutierrez, Crystal Park
Which life events shape young adults’ worldviews and how their beliefs are evolving?
Is the idea of worldview bad for society because people assume that they do not share any common ground and there is no platform for dialogue?
Evolutionary explanation of the nature and function of our beliefs, with biological, psychological and cultural causes of its stability and strong resistance to change.
Ann Taves, Egil Asprem, Elliott Ihm
Detailed multidimensional development of the naturalistic theory of worldview proposed earlier by Taves and Asprem.
Farah Ibrahim, Jianna R. Heuer
Cultural and social justice counseling for people with a different worldviews.
Maria daVenza Tillmanns
The philosophical counseling may be focusing too much on the rational by concentrating on people’s worldviews – their conceptual understanding of the world.
In this comprehensive and influential article, Koltko-Rivera described worldview as "the most important construct that the typical psychologist has never heard of" and inspired systematic research on worldviews in social and personality psychology.