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  1. Buddhist Psychology: The Foundation of Buddhist Thought by Geshe Tashi Tsering, 2006-10-20
  2. The Religion That Kills: Christian Science: Abuse, Neglect, and Mind Control by Linda S. Kramer, 1999-11-22
  3. Evil: Satan, Sin, and Psychology by Terry D. Cooper, Cindy K. Epperson, 2008-09-02
  4. The Invisible Church: Finding Spirituality Where You Are (Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality) by J. Pittman McGehee, Damon J. Thomas, 2008-11-30
  5. Psychology of Missionary Adjustment by Marge Jones, E. Grant Jones, 1995-08
  6. The Wondering Brain: Thinking about Religion With and Beyond Cognitive Neuroscience by Kelly Bulkeley, 2004-11-01
  7. Mind in Buddhist Psychology: Necklace of Clear Understanding by Yeshe Gyaltsen (Tibetan Translation Series) by Herbert V. Guenther, 1975-06-25
  8. The Psychology Of Religious Experience by Edward Scribner Ames, 2004-05-30
  9. The Psychology of Ultimate Concerns: Motivation and Spirituality in Personality by Robert A. Emmons PhD, 2003-07-16
  10. Where God and Science Meet [Three Volumes] [3 volumes]: How Brain and Evolutionary Studies Alter Our Understanding of Religion (Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality) by Patrick McNamara, 2006-09-30
  11. Psychology in Christian Perspective: An Analysis of Key Issues by Harold Faw, 1995-06-01
  12. Religion and the Body (Cambridge Studies in Religious Traditions)
  13. The Link between Religion and Health: Psychoneuroimmunology and the Faith Factor
  14. Philosophy: Back to Basics:Politics, Business, Psychology, Religion and Spirituality by Ronnie Lee, 2009-12-04

81. EPR/IAPR 2003 Conference Call For Papers
Details of European Psychologists of religion (EPR) and International Association for the psychology of religion (IAPR) joint conference in Glasgow, August 2831, 2003.

82. Syllabus For Psychology Of Religion
The psychology of religion. Israela Silberman. The course may be of particularinterest to students of psychology, religion and sociology. back to top. III.
Psychology S3625Q
The Psychology of Religion
Israela Silberman
Summer Session II, 2001
TuTh 5:30-8:40
Description Rationale Objectives Requirements ... Syllabus
I. Course description
Prerequisites : An introductory psychology course or the instructor's permission. Introduction to the major issues, theories and empirical approaches to the psychology of religion through critical analysis of both classic and modern texts. The course illuminates the role of religion as a powerful meaning system that can affect the lives of individuals in terms of their beliefs, motivations, emotions and behaviors, and can influence their interactions on both interpersonal and intergroup levels. back to top
II. The rationale for giving the course.
This advanced undergraduate seminar will meet the Group III (Social, Personality, and Abnormal) distribution requirement for the major, minor, or concentration in psychology. Currently the psychology department offers only few advanced courses in Group III at the 3000 levels (specifically for undergraduates). Religion has been a vital and pervasive feature of human life throughout history (Smart, 1984) and in current societies, where most people regard themselves as followers of a religious tradition (Beit-Hallachmie et. al., 1997). Predictions for the future made by lay Americans suggest that the 21st century could be the most religious and spiritual century in 500 years (Gallup, 2000).

83. Religion And Psychology - GTU
religion and psychology PhD program integrating psychological disciplines, religious traditions, and modes of care and healing.

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85. JosseyBass :: Psychology Of Religion: Classic And Contemporary, 2nd Edition
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86. : Non-fiction: Philosophy, Psychology, And Religion Books
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87. Home For Phil 3 - Issues In Philosophy, Psychology, And Religion
Phil 3 Issues in Philosophy, psychology, and religion. Long Beach CityCollege Fall 2002 Instructor Brian W. Carver Syllabus. Readings Online.
Phil 3 - Issues in Philosophy, Psychology, and Religion
Long Beach City College Fall 2002
Instructor: Brian W. Carver Syllabus
Readings Online
These readings are also on reserve in the library, along with a few not available online.
St. Thomas Aquinas - The Five Ways
William Paley - Excerpts from Natural Theology (Read Chapters I and V)
David Hume Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion (Read Part II [143-150] and all of Part V.)
St. Anselm - Excerpts from Proslogium (Read Chapters II-IV)
Gaunilo's Reply
(Read Point #6)
St. Anselm's Rejoinder
(Read Chapter III)
Blaise Pascal - Thoughts (Read Section III #233)
Plato - Euthyphro
Plato - The Apology Plato - Crito Plato - Phaedo Plato - Meno Plato - Theaetetus (excerpts) Plato - Republic (excerpts - Read Book I)
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St. Thomas Aquinas - The Five Ways William Rowe - An Examination of the Cosmological Argument ... - There is a Reason Why God Allows Evil
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88. Listings Of The World Science Social Sciences Psychology
psychology of religion is the academic discipline investigating religiousexperience, belief, and behavior. William James' (1902

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90. Psychology Of Religion - APA Division 36
An international congress on One hundred years of psychology of religion lookingback on the publication of James' Varieties of Religious Experience will be
This website is a new endeavor of the Division and is still very much under construction. Please excuse the mess. The content of the site is spotty and variable. The purpose of the site, and therefore the appropriate content, and still being refined. If you have recommendations for the content of the site, please email them to the Webmaster
Division 36 will hold a Mid-Winter Conference on March 28-29, 2003 at the Timunium Graduate Center of Loyola College in Timonium, Maryland. For more information and a registration form, please download the Call for Papers (you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this file). An international congress on "One hundred years of psychology of religion" looking back on the publication of James' Varieties of Religious Experience will be held May 26-28, 2003 at Vrije University in the Netherland. For more information and a registration form, please download the Call for Papers Webmaster . Last modified Thursday, November 21, 2002

91. Psychology Of Religion
Summary of information on research publications in the field of psychology ofreligion, written by Professor Leslie J Francis. 7 psychology of religion.

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7 Psychology of religion Psychological Perspectives on Christian Ministry: a reader ( book Research in Religious Education ( book A-level gospel study and adolescents' images of Jesus ( chapter Religious education ( chapter Research in religious education and church school studies ( chapter The psychology of gender differences in religion: a review of empirical research ( article Assessing spiritual health via four domains of spiritual wellbeing: the SH4DI ( article The influence of religion on undergraduates attending an Anglican college: church attendance, personality and wellbeing ( article Religion, personality and wellbeing: the relationship between church attendance and purpose in life among undergraduates attending an Anglican College in Wales ( article
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Psychological Perspectives on Christian Ministry: a reader, Leominster, Fowler Wright, 1996, pp xix + 424

92. Teaching Clinical Psychology - Psychology Of Religion Syllabus
psychology of religion (Psy 370 Special Topics). Dr. John Suler. ScienceHall, Rm 320 Rider University - (609-895-5430)
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This course explores the psychological aspects of religious experiences and the social psychological dynamics of religious groups and organizations. Do not expect that we will answer such questions as "Does God exist" or "Which religion is right?" This is not what the course is about. We may, however, explore the psychological factors related to believing (or not believing) in "God" and to following particular religious traditions. The course mostly involves small and large group discussions, experiential exercises, and some videos. There are few "lectures." You will be strongly encouraged to think about and share your opinions, beliefs, and experiences. Grades are based on four exams (on the four required books) and on a journal. You will do A LOT of writing in this journal.
Readings The Empty Mirror: Experiences in a Japanese Zen Monastery, by Janwillem van de Wetering
On Life after Death, by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross

THE psychology OF religion. What is it in the nature of man that demandsthe institute of religion? Is it some fear of things unknown
What is it in the nature of man that demands the institute of religion? Is it some fear of things unknown that causes us to seek out religious direction? This is the whole question that needs to be raised of religion. Mankind is generally an organism that needs constant reminder that he is good and deserves only the best, otherwise he becomes morally debased. Without hope, he falls prey to negative influences in society. Religionists try to draw these lost sheep to them to avoid this probable outcome. You are probably saying “Wait a minute. What is wrong with this.” On the surface this looks innocent enough. But underlying the good intent is a mischievous plot. That is what I wish to discuss in this essay.
The universe we live in seems not to care too much about mankind. Daily we are barraged by scores of storms, tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, mudslides, volcanoes, and other atmospheric disturbances, although not all at the same time. Mankind is unable, at the present time, to predict when these more destructive climatic events will occur and so is the prey of an unyielding and undiscriminating predator. Does nature have some hidden agenda against mankind? No. Of course not. To think so is to make a statement in ignorance. These same storms, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc. affect our animal companions too, as well as disrupt the ecological balance on the planet. So what? Mankind does not view these normal events as anything less than threatening for us. We live in fear of what may kill us next.

94. Psychology Of Religion
psychology of religion. psychology of religion A sub-division of psychologywhich concentrated on spiritual aspects of human behavior.

95. Psychology Of Religion
psychology of religion, Mental Health Information from PsychNetUK. 3/5. Nielsen'spsychology of religion Pages - Good set of religious links. 5/5.

96. Religion : Psychology Of Religion
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97. Psychology As Religion: The Cult Of Self-Worship
Book Excerpt. psychology as religion The Cult of SelfWorship. by PaulVitz (1977, 1994, William Eerdmans Publishing). This book provides
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Psychology as Religion: The Cult of Self-Worship
by Paul Vitz
(1977, 1994, William Eerdmans Publishing)
This book provides a compelling look into the self-actualization theories first popularized in the 1960's and 1970's. Self theories are significant because they set the stage for many social changesincluding the cultural acceptance of homosexuality, and the increasingly radical redefinition of the family. The philosophyi.e., "religion"of unconstrained self-actualization ("selfism") now underlies much of today's psychotherapy. Because of its association with the hard sciences, psychotherapy is often erroneously considered to possess scientific-truth status. But as Jeffrey Satinover has noted, psychology is meaningless without the backdrop of a framework of values. So the question then becomes, whose values? Religious values have been banished from the discussionbut as another observer recently commented, this merely frees the "religions that don't call themselves religions from the burden of competition." Here, Paul Vitz says that contemporary psychology has abandoned its earlier attempts at objectivity. Instead, it has devoted itself to a religion of self-centeredness which refuses to acknowledge reasonable limits and responsibilities.

98. Psychological Science On The Net!!! Psychology Topics/Religion
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99. Psychology Of Religion (020.221)
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100. Psychology Of Religion
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This is a non-clinical degree for those who plan to teach in colleges, serve as chaplains in colleges and universities, coordinate programs where religion and psychology interact, or do research and writing in the psychological approach to religious experience and behavior. The main purposes of the specialization are to provide an intellectual context for considering a wide variety of approaches to the conceptualization of personality, culture, and religious development; to offer an understanding of the dynamics of religious experiences and their implications for a wide range of self-world modes; to provide an opportunity to relate the disciplines of religious studies and psychological studies in meaningful and creative ways; and to offer guidance in planning, conceptualizing, researching, and writing on problems and issues generated by the religion/psychology interface.
Degrees offered: Doctor of Philosophy
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