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  1. Beyond Religion: A Personal Program for Building a Spiritual Life Outside the Walls of Traditional Religion by Ph.D. David N. Elkins, 1998-10-01
  2. Soren Kierkegaard's Christian Psychology: Insight for Counseling & Pastoral Care by C. Stephen Evans, 1995-04-01
  3. Spirit and Psyche: A New Paradigm for Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and Psychotherapy by Victor L. Schermer, 2003-02
  4. Psychology and Religion: An Introduction by Michael Argyle, 2000-02-03
  5. Approaches to the Study of Religion by Peter Connolly, 2001-11-30
  6. Philosophical Psychology: Psychology, Emotions, and Freedom (John Henry Cardinal Newman Lectures)
  7. Introduction to Psychology and Counseling: Christian Perspectives and Applications by Frank B. Minirth, Frank B. Wichern, et all 1991-08-01
  8. Toward a Positive Psychology of Religion: Belief Science in the Postmodern Era by Robert Rocco Cottone, 2011-01-16
  9. The Psychology of Buddhist Tantra by Rob Preece, 2006-12-25
  10. Why Psychology Needs Theology: A Radical-Reformation Perspective
  11. Psychological Theories of Religion by James Forsyth, 2002-06-29
  12. Religion and Science (Gifford Lectures Series) by Ian G. Barbour, 1997-09-10
  13. Faith And Psychology: Personality, Religion And the Individual (Exploring Faith S.) by Leslie J. Francis, 2005-06-30
  14. Psychology and the Bible: A New Way to Read the Scriptures (Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality)

61. History Of Psychology On-line: Raymond Lull
His place in the history of science, particularly psychology and medicine. Rather flippant about religion and somewhat dismissive of Lull.
Raymond Lull (c. 1235 - c. 1316) Raymond (or Ramon) Lull (or Lullus) was born about 1235 in Majorca, spent his youth as a courtier and troubadour, had a religious experience in the mountains when he was about 37 years of age and spent the rest of his life writing books about his Art. There's a movement afoot to make him an official saint, largely because he bravely but foolishly went to North Africa in about 1316 to use his art to persuade the local Arabs to convert to Christianity. They promptly stoned him to death.
Some of the questions that Lull addressed are not difficult to understand, but his methods for answering them are very alien to the modern mind. (It doesn't help that Lullism became an underground intellectual movement supported by alchemical crackpots some of whom pretended to be Lull himself I think the historians have now sorted out which books are by the real Raymond Lull.) Lull's Research Agenda The questions that Lull asked himself can be thought of as a fair description of the "research agenda" for the early renaissance.

62. Chattanooga, TN
Small independently owned used and rare bookstore located in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Primarily first editions, literature, psychology, philosophy and religion.

63. Open Court Book Online Books Store. Direct From The Publisher Of Popular Books I
Publishes books in philosophy, eastern thought, psychology, comparative religion, social issues, and popular culture. Features new releases, and mailing list.
Open Court publishes books in philosophy, eastern thought, psychology, comparative religion, social issues, and popular culture. Publishers of The Simpsons and Philosophy

64. Accent On Books - Western North Carolina's Source For Books On  Metaphysics, Ps
Specializes in books on metaphysics, psychology, and religion. Information on featured books, online catalog and contact information.
8 5 4 M e r r i m o n A v e n u e , A s h e v i l l e , N o r t h C a r o l i n a , 2 8 8 4 Home Metaphysics Psychology Religion Children ... How to Order Hold a book in your hand and you're a pilgrim at the gates of a new city.
Anne Michaels, citing a Hebrew saying in Fugitive Pieces Did you make a resolution? Several? Due in part to the self-inflicted stress of December in Christmas Land, many of us make resolutions about our health. Whether you've decided to get more exercise, quit smoking, run for President or lose weight, there's probably a book to help you in your mission. There are also wonderful books on life-structuring and holistic medicine. Fat Land: How Americans Became the Fattest People in the World by Greg Critser, is in hardcover from Houghton Mifflin for $24.00. What Happy People Know: How the New Science of Happiness Can Change Your Life for the Better by Dan Baker. From Rodale Press, a $22.95 hardcover.

65. Department Of Religious Studies
Department of Religious Studies. The academic study of religion at CSU, Chico, focuses on a) historical studies of Eastern and Western religious traditions; b)textual studies of the sacred writings in religious traditions; c) methodological studies which seek to understand and interpret religious traditions and cultural symbols; and d)cognate studies which relate religion to aspects of culture such as literature and the arts, ethics and law, psychology, sociology, and philosophy.
Department of Religious Studies
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Chico, California 95929-0740
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Introduction to the Department of Religious Studies at CSUC Administration Faculty ... CSUC Home Page Questions about our program? Write Us Questions about this webpage? Write Us How to Find Us On Campus
Introduction to the Department of Religious Studies
Welcome to the Department of Religious Studies at CSU, Chico. Religious Studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines religious ideas, symbols, practices, and institutions from the perspectives of history, textual studies, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, psychology, and other disciplines. Our program is cross-cultural and comparative, and highlights the complex relationship of religion to other areas of culture. In addition to courses exploring the development of all the major religious traditions of the world, we offer courses that probe the role of religion in ethics and law, gender constructs, literature, the visual arts, and a variety of contemporary social and political issues.
The Department has grown from its modest beginnings in 1974 to a Department of 13 active scholars working in many areas of the discipline. We offer programs of study leading to a BA or minor in Religious Studies, and a minor in Ethics. Browse our website for information on courses, faculty, on- and off-campus resources, and information about careers and graduate school in Religious Studies.

66. Trinity Western University
Offers graduate programs in administrative leadership; biblical studies; counselling psychology; and religion, culture, and ethics. Includes detailed program information, admissions and applications, faculty and staff profiles, event calendar, and student information.
School of Graduate Studies
Graduate Program in Administrative Leadership (MA)
Designed to enhance the leadership skills of university graduates while they are continuing their employment.
Graduate Program in Biblical Studies (MA)
Specialized program which prepares students to interpret Scripture in its original languages and to investigate with discernment and with an evangelical perspective many of the major issues that attend Biblical Studies.
Graduate Program in Counselling Psychology (MA)
Provides integrated training in scientific psychology and counselling skills, so that students can appreciate the linkage between research and practice. Recognizes the importance of Biblical principles and spiritual resources in the healing process.
To identify key issues in Western culture that have implications for a Judaeo-Christian worldview. Examines the philosophical basis for religious belief. Promote a historical understanding of Christianity. Explore the implications of theistic belief for ethics.

67. Wiley Higher Education Psychology Of Religion
Home Social and Behavioral Science psychology psychology of religion.Related Courses, Contact your Wiley Representative. psychology of religion,

68. Wiley Higher Education :: Psychology Of Religion
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Archived cognitive science of religion email discussion list, focusing particularly on anthropological and cognitive developmental psychology research investigating the formation and transmission of religious ideas.
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Cognitive science of religion list The cog-sci-rel-l mailing list serves the interdisciplinary community of scholars researching the cognitive science of religion. Its purpose is to share ideas, discuss potential collaboration, announce events and forthcoming publications, seek advice, and generally keep up-to-date with new ideas. Discussion focuses particularly on the growing field of anthropological and cognitive developmental psychology research investigating the formation and transmission of religious ideas.

70. Psychology Of Religion Research And Teaching Exchange
International database of research interests and contact details of professional psychologists of religion, including those without their own webpages.

71. Wheaton College: Faculty: David Wulff
Personality psychology; psychology of religion history, theories, research methods, and philosophical issues; phenomenology of everyday experiences (Wheaton College, MA).
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David Wulff
Professor of Psychology
Office: Knapton 329
Department(s) and Program(s)
B.A., Wittenberg University (Ohio); M.A., Ph.D., University of Michigan; Th.D. (honorary), Lund University, Sweden.
Main Interests
Personality psychology (including theories of personality and methods of assessment); psychology of religion (history, theories, research methods, and philosophical issues); phenomenology of everyday experiences.
Research Interests
My published scholarly work is mainly in the psychology of religion, including my book, Psychology of Religion: Classic and Contemporary (2nd edition; Wiley, 1997). Current projects include the preparation of a collection of my essays on the psychology of religion for republication, the development of a psychology of the conservative mind, and a reassessment of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, a remarkably popular assessment device inspired by the psychology of C. G. Jung.
Teaching Interests
In most of my courses, from the basic introductory course to my laboratory in personality assessment, I accent the wide range of perspectives that make up contemporary psychology, from the rigorously scientific approaches at one end of the spectrum to the qualitative-interpretive approaches at the other. My course in the psychology of religion likewise represents a diversity of views. But one of my courses is entirely given over to descriptive-interpretive perspectives: "Experiencing: The Phenomenology of Everyday Life" is a study of phenomenological psychology as it may be applied to a variety of everyday experiencesincluding reading and writing (the course is writing intensive), driving a car, and occupying a hotel roomas well as to experiences that are foreign to most of us, such as being autistic or totally paralyzed.

72. Dr. R. Ruard Ganzevoort
Religious coping; sexual violence and religion; narrative approaches to psychology of religion and pastoral psychology (Kampen Theological University, Netherlands).
Homepage of Dr. R.Ruard Ganzevoort) Quicklinks to parallel pages: Thank you for visiting my website. My name is Ruard Ganzevoort, and I am an Associate Professor (Universitair Hoofddocent) at Kampen Theological University (Theologische Universiteit Kampen), where I teach Practical Theology, especially in the field of pastoral care. I have published or edited 9 books and some 50 scientific or professional publications. My main areas of interest are pastoral theology and psychology, psychology of religion, narrative approaches, crisis and coping, and sexual abuse and religion. Obviously, the links on top will guide you through this site. publications offers full text and summaries of most of my publications. research provides an introduction to the projects. vitae brings some personal and career information. find your way through the sitemap, search engine, and thematic pages. Please enjoy your stay! If you have any comments, please write them down in my guestbook on this page - free to read for all visitors, or send a private mail . The guestbook appears in a new window. Closing it will bring you back to this site. Visit my Guestbook Office Postbox 5021
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73. K.loewenthal
Social, cultural and religious aspects of depression and anxiety; minority groups; gender; psychology of religion (Royal Holloway College, University of London).
Catherine (Kate) M Loewenthal
BSc, PhD (Lond), CPsychol, AFBPsS (Professor)
Summary of research interests
Social, cultural and religious aspects of depression and anxiety, minority groups, gender, psychology of religion. General description of research
Kate Loewenthal is interested in religious behaviour, and in religious, cultural and gender issues in health and mental health. Recent and current research has included looking at the following questions: * Culture-sensitive psychological help ­ how do potential clients see it? Would they use it? With Brooke Rogers. Funded by the Leverhulme Trust. * Are women really more depression-prone than men? New evidence suggests that gender differences may disappear in some cultural-religious circumstances. With Vivienne Goldblatt, Guy Lubitsh and others. Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council. * How do religious and cultural factors affect beliefs about the effectiveness of different methods of helping depression? With Marco Cinnirella and others. Partially funded by the Central Research Fund of London University, and the Departmet of Health.

74. English Books > Religion > Psychology Of Religion
Books religion psychology of religion Index of 2,627 Titles. Titles Commencing .A C and numbers . D - H . I - N . O -S . T - Z .

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Prev Next Last page ... About Religion Taylor, Mark C. (Cluett Professor of Humanities and Director, Center for Technology for the Arts and Hardback; Book; ; ISBN: 0226791610 About Religion: Economies Of Faith In Virtual Culture Taylor, Mark C. Paperback; ; ISBN: 0226791629 Abu Ya'Qub Al-Sijistani Walker, Paul E. (University of Chicago, USA) Hardback; Book; ; ISBN: 1850439214 Abu Yaqub Al-Sijistani: Intellectual Missionary Walker, Paul E. Paperback (C Format); ; ISBN: 1860642942 Academy and the Possibility of Belief Paperback; ; ISBN: 1572732210 Academy and the Possibility of Belief Hardback; Book; ; ISBN: 1572732202 Access to Religious Studies: Religious Experience Ahluwalia, Libby Paperback; ; ISBN: 0340846844 According To Promise: Spurgeon, Charles Haddon Paperback; ; ISBN: 1857922751 Accounts of Hope Dolejsova, Ivana Paperback; ; ISBN: 0820456268 Ace of Freedoms Kilcourse, George (Professor and Chair, Theology Department, Bellarmine College, Louisville, Kentuck Paperback;

75. Thomas G. Plante : Faculty : Psychology Department : Santa Clara University
Stress and coping; exercise, personality, and stress; religion and health; professional training issues; sex offending clergy (Santa Clara University, CA).
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Thomas G. Plante, Ph.D., ABPP
Title Professor, Psychology Department
Academic Director, Center for Professional Development and Acting Director, Pedro Arrupe, SJ Center for Community Based Learning Mailing Address Santa Clara University
Department of Psychology
Alumni Science 200C
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA 95053 Office Phone E-mail Website Publishers John Wiley and Sons
Greenwood Publishing

Guilford Publications
Research Interests
Stress and coping; influence of aerobic exercise and perceived fitness on coping with stess; influence of personality and stress responsivity on health risks and behavior; religion and health; professional training issues.
Classes Taught
  • Psychology as a Social Science Psychology as a Natural Science Health Psychology
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76. Psychology Of Religion
psychology of religion. Ralph W. Hood, Jr. 1. Hood, RW Jr., Spilka, B., Hunsberger,B. and Gorsuch, R. The psychology of religion An Empirical Approach.
Psychology of Religion Ralph W. Hood, Jr. Spring 2002 Required Text Hood, R. W. Jr., Spilka, B., Hunsberger, B. and Gorsuch, R. The Psychology of Religion: An Empirical Approach. 2 nd edition New York: The Guilford Press, 1996. Course A critical look at the range and scope of the contemporary psychology of religion. Your mastery of the empirical data of the Hood et al text is assumed in all class discussions and lectures. The class focus is upon conceptual and theoretical understanding of the empirical data relevant to the psychology of religion. Grading Four Mini papers (40%); final paper (50%); class attendance/participation (10%). Mini papers and final will be take home. All will require critical discussion and assume knowledge of text and lecture material. Proper reference and format is required. You may use APA or Chicago style. University Policies The University has policies to cover any problem you might have relative to physical or other challenges. If any concerns are present now or arise, please see me. Probable major discussion/lecture topics (topics are not necessarily the order we will cover them – only a guide to major areas to be considered) Historical and Conceptual Issues in Psychology/Religion a.

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78. Person, Culture And Religion Group/ American Academy Of Religion
Forum associated with the American Academy of religion for those with shared backgrounds in the fields of psychology, religion, and cultural theology. Fulltext newsletter and papers for download; discussion list.
PCR NEWS (Winter 2003) Call for Papers : AAR Meeting, November 22-25, Atlanta GA AAR Annual Meeting Sessions , November 22-26, 2002 (including papers presented) PCR Bibliography a listing of publications that began as PCR presentations About PCR Steering Committee PCR News Membership ... AAR Website
The Person, Culture, and Religion Group: Who and What
PCR is both an offical Group and an affiliated organization of the American Academy of Religion . Thus, it sponsors both formal academic sessions during the AAR Annual meeting each year and pre-sessions that offer a more informal and participatory format. Working at the intersections of religion and psychology PCR is an informal association of scholars and practitioners in the fields of religion and psychology who share common interests in the relationship between religion, psychology, and contemporary cultures. The group's primary purposes are:
  • to foster creative research in the fields of the group's interest, both academic and applied, though presentations given at the annual meeting of the group and through the group's newsletter and web presence;
  • 79. SASNET: Psychology Of Religion, Lund
    SWEDISH SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES NETWORK. Department of Theology and ReligiousStudies; psychology of religion, at Lund University Address
    Department of Psychology of Religion; Centre for Theology and Religious Studies, Lund University:
    Addres s: Allhelgona Kyrkogata 8, SE-223 62 Lund
    Web page: Contact person: Professor Antoon Geels , phone: +46 (0)46222 90 54. Personal web page:
    South Asia related research at the department
    Professor Antoon Geels is an Internationally recognised authority in his field. Over the years he has done a lot of research connected to South Asia, most notably on Nepal. In the last few years he has been very active in research on different aspects of Religious Mysticicm around the World.
    Mysticism and Psychology Sudhir Kakar Globalisation and Hindu Nationalism our page on local SASNET activities In the Fall 2003 the department arranges a 5 credit part time course on The Psychology of Meditation , starting from descriptive studies on Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity.

    80. University Of New England NEI - Conference
    Call for papers and registration details for 2nd Annual Conference of the New England Institute for Cognitive Science and Evolutionary psychology (NEI). Portland, Maine, August 1213, 2003.
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    2nd Annual Conference
    Religion, Cognitive Science, and Evolutionary Psychology
    August 12-13, 2003
    Eastland Park Hotel, Portland
    At least since the great psychologist and philosopher William James, the issue of religious experience has been the subject of scientific investigation.
    The conference will apply empirical and theoretical findings from cognitive science and evolutionary psychology, including neuroscience, philosophy, and anthropology to explore the nature of religion and the religious experience from a variety of disciplinary perspectives and methodologies.
    Natural selection is non-denominational: Why evolutionary models of religion should be more concerned with behavior than concepts Jesse M. Bering, Ph.D.

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