Robert B. Arrowood is a graduate student in the Hood Psychology of Religion lab at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His primary interests are the psychology of death and religion with broader interests in social psychology in general and the teaching of psychology. As a researcher, he is currently working on several projects investigating differing attitudes and emotions when faced with thoughts of death, sexual interest when aware of death, how reading affects class performance, and the mind’s perception of Jesus. All correspondence should be sent to robert-b-arrowood@mocs.utc.edu.