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The psychology of religion : theoretical approaches

Author: Bernard Spilka; Daniel N McIntosh
Publisher: London : Routledge, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Theory in the psychology of religion is in a state of rapid development, and the present volume demonstrates how various positions in this field may be translated into original foundational work that will in turn encourage exploration in many directions. A number of new contributions are collected with previously published pieces to illustrate the
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bernard Spilka; Daniel N McIntosh
ISBN: 9780429964466 0429964463 9780429495915 0429495919 9780429975547 0429975546 9780429986628 0429986629
OCLC Number: 1102581201
Notes: "First published 1997 by Westview Press"--Title page verso.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Preface, Part 1 Where We Are and Where We Should Go, An Agenda Item for Psychology of Religion: Getting Respect, Toward Motivational Theories of Intrinsic Religious Commitment, Commentary: Where We Are and Where We Should Go, Part 2 Why Religion? Functions of Religious Beliefs and Behavior, Toward a Theory of Religion: Religious Commitment, In Times of Stress: The Religion-Coping Connection, Proposed Agenda for a Spiritual Strategy in Personality and Psychotherapy, Commentary: Why Religion? Functions of Religious Belief and Behavior, Part 3 Social Concerns, An Integrated Role Theory for the Psychology of Religion: Concepts and Perspectives, Religion and Moral Evaluation Discrepancy Theory, Commentary: Social Concerns, Part 4 Development of Individual Religion, The Origins of Religion in the Child, Integrating Differing Theories: The Case of Religious Development, An Attachment-Theory Approach to the Psychology of Religion, Commentary: Development of Individual Religion, Part 5 Believing Is Seeing: How Religion Shapes Our Worlds, Attribution Theory and the Psychology of Religion, A General Attribution Theory for the Psychology of Religion, Religion-as-Schema, with Implications for the Relation Between Religion and Coping, Toward an Attitude Process Model of Religious Experience, In the Eye of the Beholder: A Social-Cognitive Model of Religious Belief, Commentary: Believing Is Seeing-How Religion Shapes Our World, Part 6 The Experience of Religion, A Taxonomy of Religious Experience, Rodney Stark, The Empirical Study of Mysticism, Commentary: The Experience of Religion, References, About the Book, About the Editors and Contributors, Index
Responsibility: edited by Bernard Spilka and Daniel N. McIntosh.

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