|Psychology of Religion
So, you think psychology and religion don't mix? Well, check out
Last Updated: November 8, 1999
of Religion Pages - By Michael Nielsen, a general introduction
to the psychology of religion, for example, as it is studied by scientists
in Division 36 of the American Psychological Association. Here you will
find a description of what psychologists have learned about how religion
influences people's lives.
of Religion - By Christine Norstrand, with many links to sites
with information about what many major psychological theorists have
had to say about religion.
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its history, focus, cultural milieu, methods, and approaches. The emphasis
of the list is academic. We welcome input from historians, theologians
and those with an interest in religion and psychology (clinical and research).
Discussion is encouraged across a broad spectrum, however we actively discourage
the use of this list as a forum for denominational and other posturing,
or for acrimonious activities.
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