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  1. Psychology and Religion: Eight Points of View (Littlefield Adams Quality Paperbacks) by Andrew R. Fuller, 1994-01-25
  2. Christian Ethics and Moral Psychologies (Religion, Marriage, and Family) by Don S. Browning, 2006-04-30
  3. Primary Speech: A Psychology of Prayer by Ann Ulanov, Barry Ulanov, 1982-01-01
  4. An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology, Fourth Edition (Library of Philosophy and Religion) by Padmasiri de Silva, 2005-11-29
  5. Reincarnation: The Phoenix Fire Mystery : An East-West Dialogue on Death and Rebirth from the Worlds of Religion, Science, Psychology, Philosophy by Sylvia Cranston, 1998-06-01
  6. Psychology and Religion
  7. Psychoanalysis and Religion in the 21st Century: Competitors or Collaborators? (The New Library of Psychoanalysis)
  8. Buddhism and Jungian Psychology by J. Marvin Spiegelman, 1995-02-01
  9. Psychology and Religion: Classical Theorists and Contemporary Developments by Andrew R. Fuller, 2007-11-27
  10. Sacrament of Psychology: Psychology and Religion in the Postmodern American by Richard H. Cox, 2002-02-27
  11. Religion That Heals, Religion That Harms: A Guide for Clinical Practice by James L. Griffith MD, 2010-08-09
  12. Moral Psychology: Historical and Contemporary Readings
  13. Religion & Sex by Chapman Cohen, 2010-08-03
  14. Jung's Three Theories of Religious Experience (Studies in the Psychology of Religion) by J. Harley Chapman, 1988-10

41. Rodopi
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42. Centre For Ministry Studies
Empirical theology, psychology of religion and religious education are the main areas of research in the centre. PhD supervision is available. The Professor of Practical Theology welcomes informal questions regarding supervision.
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43. Religion
religion provides a regular survey of current work in major and specific areas of enquiry. Its swift reviewing and crossing of traditional frontiers to encompass such related studies as psychology and archaeology combine to make it a valued point of reference for a growing readership. Quarterly. Tables of content, abstracts, and articles available online.
Home Site map Regional Sites Advanced Product Search ... Religion Journal information Product description Editorial board Abstracting/indexing Special issues and supplements For Authors Guide for authors Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal related information Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area About Elsevier Select your view RELIGION
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Religion provides a regular survey of current work in major and specific areas of enquiry. Its swift reviewing and crossing of traditional frontiers to encompass such related studies as psychology and archaeology combine to make it a valued point of reference for a growing readership.
Already well known for its strong and established interest in comparative and pioneering work, the journal has expanded its coverage of the varied disciplines that together embrace the history, structure, and general theory of religions of the world. The editorial management of Religion is organized through two boards, one American and one European, thereby significantly increasing the scope of the journal and reinforcing its position as the International forum for debate and scholarship in the field.

44. Virtual Religion Index
Large link collection from Rutgers University, categorised by religion. Also includes resources for ancient religions, archaeology, philosophy, sociology of religion, and psychology of religion.
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45. Equinox - About
Interdisciplinary electronic and print journal promoting empirical study of contemporary religion in religious studies, anthropology, ethnography, sociology, psychology, folklore, or cultural studies. Call for papers and author instructions.

46. Christian University Education: Earn A Trinity Western University Degree
Christian University with full member status in the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, a full undergraduate program and graduate programs in administrative leadership, biblical studies, counselling psychology, religion culture and ethics.
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47. UCL - Centre For Psychology Of Religion Vassilis Saroglou
religion and closemindedness; religious personality; religious minorities; function of fatherhood and religious development-maturity; personality;

48. Chiron Publications
Specializes in books on analytical psychology inspired by and extending the work of C. G. Jung. Titles also explore the psychology of religion, mythology, literature and feminism.
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Back In Print: Psyche and Family Chiron Publications
specializes in books on analytical psychology inspired by and extending the work of C. G. Jung. Many of our titles also explore the psychology of religion, mythology, literature and feminism, in addition to translations of seminal works from Europe. As implied by the name Chirona centaur and therefore an image bridging different modes of human existenceour selection embraces many areas of thought and discourse. Chiron is the most celebrated of the centaurs of Greek mythology. Chiron was entrusted with the rearing and education of many Greek heroes including the healer Aesculapius. Descended from an ancient race, half-human and half-beast, centaurs were liminal figures who linked the instinctual and spiritual dimensions of human existence. Figures like Chiron symbolize a link between the wisdom of the body and newer forms of human consciousness.

49. Psychology And Literature: 'Sublunary Delights' By Rob Couteau
Novella excerpt from Doctor Pluss by Rob Couteau, published in the Hawaii Pacific Review. Explores issues of religion, art, and psychology.
Psychology and Literature
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an excerpt from the novella Doctor Pluss by Rob Couteau. Published in: Hawaii Pacific Review . Vol. 16, Fall 2002. (Honolulu, HA: Hawaii Pacific University.) Rob Couteau Sublunary Delights
He coughed his way through billows of cigarette smoke that whirled lazily about the room. Wall-length mirrors glared under flickering florescent lights. Battered chairs and worn-out sofas, gutted of stuffing and redolent with mold, were scattered about. Several skinny old men sat round a grimy table, sipping coffee. Stuart Myzer sat on a nearby bench, a cup of coffee steaming beside him. He was so detached, so uninspired by life that Pluss had come to admire the purity of his laziness and sloth. Besides eating and sleeping, his only remaining passion was to unmercifully tease the other patients who wandered about the asylum. Stuart was fond of annoying Angelica Pinn, who was often seen pushing a shopping cart from which she dispensed used clothing and other tattered dona­tions.  Angelica was also prone to preach: a quality that deeply disturbed Stuart. Sermonizing, he complained, was an unbecoming form of behavior, especially for a fellow mental patient. He couldn’t comprehend why it was tolerated. After all, he reasoned with Pluss, why bother getting committed if you can’t enjoy some peace and tranquility? If you can’t relish your free cup of morning coffee?

50. Etown Psych - Faculty - Teske
Professor at Elizabethtown College, Pennsylvania. Research interests include science and religion, philosophical psychology, and personality and social psychology. Vita and course syllabi.
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Ph.D., Clark University, 1981 Interests: Dr. Teske is our specialist in personality and social psychology. He has conducted research on nonverbal behavior, environmental psychology, and social cognition. He also has interests in evolutionary psychology, philosophical psychology, and the science-religion dialogue. His work has been published in multiple specialties: Social-environmental, developmental, and philosophical, as well as in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science Sample Citations: Science and Religion: Teske, J. A. (2003). Evolutionary psychology; Neural Darwinism; Spirit. Encyclopedia of Science and Religion , ed. J. Wentzel van Huyssteen. New York: Macmillan Reference USA. Teske, J.A. (2003). Varieties of Reasoning: Assessing Adequacy. Zygon: Journal of religion and Science, 38

51. APA Books
APA book edited by Edward Shafranske (1996), presenting a comprehensive treatment of religion as a variable in mental health and psychological treatment. Table of contents, review, and ordering information.
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Religion and the Clinical Practice of Psychology "Editor: Edward Shafranske" May 1996
619 Pages
"Twenty-one fine essays on religion and the clinical practice of psychology, written be well known therapists and theorists united by a liberal perspective on religion and an interest in the role played by religion in mental health . . ."
Religious Studies Review, Vol. 25, No. 2, April 1999 See more of this review Earn CE Credit 15 CE Credits
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Purchase the test associated with this book. Take the test online and receive instant grading, or order a hard copy of the test for mail delivery. Interested? More Info List of Independent Study Programs This book presents a comprehensive treatment of religion as a variable in mental health and psychological treatment. A collection of essays from the foremost authorities in the field, it examines the ways in which religion may be addressed in clinical practice and offers a thorough appreciation of the history of the antagonism and overlap between the two perspectives and of the psychological theory and empirical research that has been engendered from Freud to the present.

52. ::Hartford University Home Page::
An accredited university offering degree programs in Business, Technology, psychology, Education, Human Services, religion and Theology.
Welcome to Hartford University Online. Hartford University is a modern dynamic institution of higher learning offering Associates, Bachelor Master and PhD programs. The University is totally dedicated to distance learning via the Internet and other technological means.
Our website contains a broad range of information about the University, and offers many resources for students and faculty. Please feel free to browse our site and contact the appropriate department with any questions. We look forward to serving you with your educational goals.
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53. Religion And Psychology - GTU
religion and psychology PhD program integrating psychological disciplines, religious traditions, and modes of care and healing. (Berkeley, California)

54. Consciousness Personality From Many Perspectives.
Insight into the science of consciousness from many perspectives physics, science, mindbody medicine, psychology, spirituality and religion, NDE's etc.
By Karen Keeley (this is part 1) (part 2 MBTI personality types and more) HEADINGS of each section if you wish. Each heading is also a link to a related page for those who desire further information). Are you a "Cultural Creative?" Find out on Consciousness page 2 WHAT IS CONSCIOUSNESS? another good introduction on consciousness (but watch out for the typographical errors). The roots of the word consciousness itself provide an important clue to what it really means: if you look up this word in any dictionary, you will find that its original meaning was "to know WITH." With whom? Some of the sites below may help provide answers. Most people assume that their own consciousness is separate and distinct from every other person's consciousness, but is there actually a JOINT consciousness when individuals reach a higher (or deeper) level of awareness? The scriptures admonish people to become ONE: "of one mind" and "one heart," to have "the same mind," "the mind of the Spirit" and "the mind of Christ," to reach a state of communion with "an innumerable company." Would they say these things if such a unified state of consciousness wasn't possible? WHAT IS SPIRITUALITY?

55. Welcome To The Hartman Institute
Studies and extends the theory of value developed by Robert S. Hartman, with applications to ethics, psychology, religion, and business.

56. By The Way Books: Books On Gurdjieff And The Fourth Way
Offers a unique selection of rare, outof-print and select new books. Most are related to mysticism, metaphysics, philosophy, psychology or religion, particular emphasis on G.I. Gurdjieff and The Fourth Way.
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57. Dr Dick's Home Page
Articles in the area of philosophy, psychology of religion, and personal commentary.



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59. Black Order Of The Ancient
A combination of PreWiccan Witchcraft, the Sumerian religion, Satanism, Nin Han Tanav and others. They use psychology, basic beliefs, prophetic dreaming, auto drawing and other mysticism to enhance their understanding.
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60. Steiner, Rudolf
Steiner is the founder of Anthroposophy. Consider a philosopher and educator in his own right; his teachings embody philosophy, the social sciences, the natural sciences, psychology, and religion.
Back to Home Page or Contents Page or People or Index Steiner, Rudolf S teiner is the founder of Anthroposophy . Consider a philosopher and educator in his own right; his teachings embody philosophy, the social sciences, the natural sciences, agricultural, the arts, education, psychology, and religion. Commonly Anthroposophy is said to be based on what Steiner called Spiritual Science; however, in An Outline of Occult Science (1972) in a footnote Steiner writes: "The term 'spiritual science' as is apparent from the context, is here synonymous with the terms 'occult science' and supersensible knowledge.'" ( ) Anthroposophy is a unique combination of Rosicrucian, Theosophy, and Christianity. On February 27, 1861, Steiner was born in Kraljevic, then a part of Hungary and now in Yugoslavia. His parents were Austrian. His father was a railway clerk and intended his son to become a civil engineer. By the age of eight, Steiner possessed clairvoyance awareness of the unseen. The apparition of a dead relative and the visualization of energies produced by the plant kingdom were among his experiences. When discovering geometry in school, he perceived the geometric forms as living realities. Steiner, when fifteen, began learning the secret occult lore of plants from Felix Korgutski who eventually introduced him to an adept that was referred to as "the Master," who spiritually initiated him. Steiner never revealed the identity of this latter individual, according to occult tradition.

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