Andrew James Latham is a Master’s student at the University of Auckland and a “budding cognitive neuroscientist.”
For his PhD, he’s trying to start up a research program to look at “the cognitive and neural correlates of both religiosity, morality and the interaction between them.”
Religion and morality are synonymous concepts to many people. Research is desperately required to disentangle them and show how they can interact.
Andrew has a chance to win $10,000 NZD ($8,231 in USD) toward seeding this project. All he has to do is win a “People’s Choice” online poll…
As I write this, Andrew’s at 66 votes. The leader is at 175 votes.
We can change that pretty quickly, right…?
Just click on the “Vote For Me” button, enter an email and a name, and you’re done.
***Update***: It’s been 40 minutes since the posting went up and Andrew is now tied for first with 203 votes. Excellent!