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  1. Attachment, Evolution, and the Psychology of Religion by Lee A. Kirkpatrick, 2004-10-18
  2. Psychology and Western Religion: (From Vols. 11, 18 Collected Works) (Jung Extracts) by C. G. Jung, 1984-12-01
  3. Insearch Psychology and Religion (Jungian Classic Series 2) by James Hillman, 1979
  4. Psychology Of Religion by Johnson Paul E., 1959
  5. C.G. Jung's Psychology of Religion and Synchronicity (Suny Series in Transpersonal and Humanistic Psychology) by Robert Aziz, 1990-04
  6. Psychology and Religion: Classical Theorists and Contemporary Developments by Fuller Andrew, 2007-12-28
  7. Christian Ethics and Moral Psychologies (Religion, Marriage, and Family) by Don S. Browning, 2006-04-30
  8. Religion Explained: The Evolutionary Origins of Religious Thought by Pascal Boyer, 2002-04
  9. Religious Motivation and the Origins of Buddhism: A Social-Psychological Exploration of the Origins of a World Religion (Routledgecurzon Critical Studies in Buddhism) by Torkel Brekke, 2002-10-18
  10. Psychology and Religion: West and East (The Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 11) by C. G. Jung, 1970-01
  11. Psychology and Religion at the Millennium and Beyond (Religion & Jungian Psychology Series) by J. Marvin Spiegelman, 1999-06
  12. Religion and the Body (Cambridge Studies in Religious Traditions)
  13. Christian Psychology in 'A Course in Miracles' by Kenneth Wapnick, 1992-08
  14. Religion and Psychology in Transition: Psychoanalysis, Feminism, and Theology by James W. Jones, 1996-10-30

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Religion and Emotion: A Critical Assessment and Annotated Bibliography edited, selected and essays by John Corrigan, John M. Kloos, and Eric Crump (Greenwood Press) The study of emotion currently is undergoing a renaissance across the arts and sciences. Some of the most interesting and original contributions have been in the area of religion and emotion. This bibliography documents work from diverse fields of the humanities, social sciences and especially psychology. Organization. Part One lists historical studies according to several historical periods/categories: (1) ancient (to the eighth century), (2) medieval and early modem, (3) seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, (4) nineteenth century, (5) twentieth century, (6) survey works. Historical studies include research bearing on numerous religious traditions (Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, etc.) and a broad range of geographical locations. Part Two enumerates research in the social and behavioral sciences. It organizes scholarship according to three primary areas: psychological studies, anthropological studies, and sociological studies. Works included in this part of the bibliography likewise address a diversity of religious traditions and popular religious expressions globally distributed.

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A brief description of Kenneth Brown's PhD research, analysing Maslow's hierarchy of needs in the light of psychology of religion. Psychological Influence in Spiritual Movements
A discussion of the features of psychological influence most common to spiritual movements. AmoebaWeb: Psychology and Religion Douglas Degelman's directory of resources related to the integration of psychology and Christianity, sexuality, science, and prayer.

28. Religion 52: Psychology Of Religion Spring 1998
Religion 52. Psychology of Religion. Spring 2000. Instructors Dr. Vic Greene, Assoc. 2. psychology and religion Overview of issues and methods (Crapps, Chp. 2).
Religion 52 Psychology of Religion Spring 2000
Instructors: Dr. Vic Greene , Assoc. Chaplain and Asst. Prof. of Religion
Office: Ground level, Daniel Chapel
Phone: 2138 Dr. Elaine Nocks , Professor of Psychology
Office: Johns Hall
Phone: 2220
Texts: Psychology of Religion by Robert Crapps
The Varieties of Religious Experience by William James
Memories of God by Roberta Bondi
Selected readings from other sources (on reserve)
Course Objectives: To facilitate a critical dialogue between two academic disciplines that are both deeply concerned with how human beings find meaning for their lives, and to endeavor to equip and encourage students in their own personal searches for meaning. Topics and Assignments: Introduction 1. Conceptualizing religion (Crapps, Chp. 1) 2. Psychology and religion: Overview of issues and methods (Crapps, Chp. 2) 3. Historical perspectives on the psychology of religion (Crapps, Chps. 3, 5) **Thought Paper Due March 24 Faith Development 1. Stage theories (Crapps, Chp. 6; reading by James Fowler) 2. Focus on the "critical years" (readings from Sharon Parks and W. G. Perry)

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  • 30. Science Search > Psychology And Religion
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    31. Psychology As Religion
    under way. But if you re talking about Christianity, it is much truer to say that psychology and religion are competing faiths. Age/psychoreligion.html
    Are Psychotherapies Coherent Science
    or Religious Philosophies?
    © 1997 by Sid Galloway
    (Updated January 2002 ** Please read the following articles together as a series, in order to fully understand our position on these important issues.
    Are Psychotherapies Coherent Science?

    What Makes Counseling "Biblical"?

    Hopefully I'll be able to synthesize these articles into one article soon. We agree that neurology, physiological psychology, comparative psychology (animal behavior / ethology), and limited dimensions of educational psychology (phonics validation, some testing, training of Autistic or Down's Syndrome children, etc.) are valid disciplines, which have collected some useful observations. When such observations do not conflict with biblical principles, they can potentially enhance the application of biblical, relational truths. This, by the way, was an important fact that saved my life a few times, back when I was a zookeeper, training carnivores . In contrast, however, there are hundreds of changing "psychotherapeutic" philosophies and practices, claiming to offer "scientific" facts for

    32. Human Development Lecture Outline
    Psychology of Religion Lecture Outline. I. Brief History. II. Important Concepts. The Controversy Still Continues. psychology and religion are competing faiths.
    Psychology of Religion Lecture Outline I. Brief History II. Important Concepts III. Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Orientation IV. Faith Development Models V. Applications Brief History
    • Psychological treatment began with spiritual beliefs about evil spirits, demon posession, and witchcraft Later the field of psychology became more "scientific" and religious ideas were no longer acceptable Different views of the function of religion
    (from Religion and the Clinical Practice of Psychology , E. P. Shafranske, 1996)
  • Negative Views
      James Leuba (1925): Religion as irrationality and pathology B. F. Skinner (1953): Religion as reinforced behavior George Vetter (1958): Religion as a response to unpredictabel situations Sigmund Freud (1913/1953): Religion as infantile wish fulfillment
    Positive Views
      William James (1902/1985): Religion as a way to human excellence Carl Jung (1954/1968): Religion as a way to wholeness Erik Erikson (1950/1963): Religion as hope and wisdom The Controversy Still Continues
    "Psychology and religion are competing faiths. If you seriously hold to one set of values, you will logically have to reject the other." a professor of psychology quoted in Why Christians Can’t Trust Psychology (Bulkley, 1993, p. 180)
  • 33. OCAMPR
    OCAMPR exists to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and promote Christian fellowship among helping professionals in medicine, psychology and religion.
    Welcome to the OCAMPR website Click here for press releases and information on the upcoming Holistic Healing in Byzantium conference. OCAMPR exists to foster interdisciplinary dialogue and promote Christian fellowship among helping professionals in medicine, psychology and religion. Members pursue an understanding of the whole person which integrates the basic assumptions of medicine, psychology and religion with the Orthodox Christian faith in educating and serving Church and community. Sts. Cosmas and Damian,
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    34. Philosophy, Psychology And Religion. Madingley Hall Programme, Continuing Educat
    Philosophy, psychology and religion Residential Courses at Madingley Hall, Continuing Education Programme, Institute of Continuing Education, University of
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    Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education Madingley Hall Programme Philosophy, Psychology and Religion 13 - 15 February 2004 LUKE - ACTS 5 - 7 March 2004 Judith Green This course is an experiential examination of the painful emotions of guilt and shame. Whilst there will be some discussion of theory, course members will need to be willing to participate in the exercises, draw on their own experience and share with other group members. If you are the kind of person who constantly apologises or who thinks you are responsible for everything, even a change in the weather, then this course is for you. 12 - 14 th March 2004 LUKE - ACTS 26 - 28 March 2004 THE SEARCH FOR THE HISTORICAL JESUS Dr Justin Meggitt Messiah? Magician? Myth? Who was the historical Jesus? Was he the same as the Christ of Christian faith? The weekend will examine the newly discovered sources and approaches that have led to a dramatic upsurge in scholarship about this enigmatic figure. It will also help participants to think critically about the diverse claims and theories currently presented about the historical Jesus in print and in the media. 16 - 18 April 2004 THE OLD TESTAMENT LEVANT - HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY Dr Walter Loebl We shall study the evolution of communities and states from the Neolithic to the Iron Age. The Biblical texts about the early Israelites are now considered to be later stories. We shall look at Jerusalem, Samaria, Jericho, and other sites, and study their culture, water supply and copper technology.

    35. Yale University Press - Publisher Of Fine Books
    Jung jacket. psychology and religion Carl G. Jung 1960 Psychology 138 pp. Paper ISBN 0300-00137-1 $13.95,
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    36. Psychology And Religion - W 022
    psychology and religion W, Area IV, Spring 2002. This course is designed to examine the interaction between psychology and religion from a dual perspective.
    Martha G. Newman, Director Gebauer 4.300, G6000
    Austin, TX 78712 Phone: 512.232.2143
    Fax: 512.232.7360 The University of Texas at Austin Psychology and Religion - W Area IV Spring 2002 Courses #: PSY 341K Domjan Unique #: MEZ 202 MWF 10-11 Prerequisites: PSY 301 with a grade of at least a C, and PSY 418 or an equivalent statistics course with a grade of at least a C. Texts: Argyle, Michael. Psychology and Religion Fuller, S. The Psychology of Religion: Eight Points of View. Spilka, B. and Mcintosh, D.N. (ed) The Psychology of Religion. Readings Packet from Speedway Copy Optional: Smith, H.. Grading: Final 4 Papers Class participation This Course Contains a Substantial Writing Component
    Faculty Students Degree Programs ... Religious Studies Program in the College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas Austin Please send comments and questions to Leslie Crooks

    37. Philosophy, Psychology And Religion [University Of Sussex Summer School Prospect
    Philosophy, psychology and religion. Psychology of Religion. psychology and religion have usually been hostile to each other during the 20th century.
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    38. RELI293 - Psychology And Religion
    Academic Year 2003/2004. psychology and religion RELI 293 SP. This course will examine the intersection of psychology and religion as a crosscultural project.
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    Psychology and Religion
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    Christian Studies
    This course will examine the intersection of psychology and religion as a cross-cultural project. We will make use of some classical Western theories of psychology of religion (Erickson, Jung, James), as well as adaptations of this Western discourse by non-Western scholars. We will also introduce some of the post-colonialist responses to these modern secular psychologies and examine alternative and competing knowledges derived from non-Western, indigenous psychologies.
    E. Erikson, YOUNG MAN LUTHER
    Five papers (two pages each) and a final exam.
    This course fulfills a "Critical Disciplines" departmental requirement. COURSE FORMAT: Seminar
    Level: UGRD Credit: Gen Ed Area Dept: SBS RELI Grading Mode: Graded Prerequisites: NONE
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    Instructor(s): Zwelling,Jeremy

    39. APA Division 36 - Psychology Of Religion
    Provides information on the American Psychological Associations Division 36 psychology of religion. Names of the division president, secretary, editor of the quartlerly newsletter, and Division
    Division 36 - Psychology of Religion
    Click here to go directly to the website of Division 36 - Psychology of Religion. Division 36 - Psychology of Religion promotes the application of psychological research methods and interpretive frameworks to diverse forms of religion and spirituality; encourages the incorporation of the results of such work into clinical and other applied settings; and fosters constructive dialogue and interchange between psychological study and practice on the one hand and between religious perspectives and institutions on the other. The Division is strictly nonsectarian and welcomes the participation of all persons who view religion as a significant factor in human functioning. The Division's quarterly Psychology of Religion newsletter contains original articles, book reviews, announcements, and news of interest to division members. Membership Application: President: Robert A. Emmons, PhD, University of California, Davis, CA Secretary: Lisa J. F. Miller, PhD, Secretary, Weston, CT

    40. Psychology Of Religion
    psychology academic departments registered and linked for the WorldWide Web Virtual Library. psychology OF religion. psychology of religion Pages. http// historians, theologians and those with an interest in religion and psychology (clinical and research) is
    Psychology WWW Virtual Library
    • Psychology of Religion Pages
      [A large and well-developed site that comprises the best single electronic resource to date. Described as "for people interested in psychological aspects of religious belief and behavior." Maintained by Michael E. Nielsen, Ph.D.]
    • Michael Daniels Homepage (Liverpool, UK)
      [Excellent links to Jungian and Transpersonal Psychology resources. Maintained by Michael Daniels of the Centre for Applied Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University.]
      A Selection of Psychologists
    • Ernest Becker
      [The site for the Ernest Becker Foundation. Useful resources. Becker's homage to Friz Perls, Growing Up Rugged is available online, too.]
    • The Fondarosa
      [Authorized mirror of a site developed by Marc Fonda that includes his contributions on Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, and William James.]
    • Sigmund Freud
      [The father of Psycho-analysis.]

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