6 edition of Psychological Effects of Religion found in the catalog.
Psychological Effects of Religion
August 15, 2007
Written in English
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This article provides a conceptual framework for studying the effects of religion on consumer behavior, with the goal of stimulating future research at the intersection of these two topics. We delineate religion as a multidimensional construct and propose that religion affects consumer psychology and behavior through four dimensions—beliefs Cited by: Pastoral psychology has been much the most important focus here, though in the book I wrote with some colleagues, Psychology for Christian Ministry [Watts et al., ] we argued that there are many other practical applications of psychology in the religious domain, such as an occupational psychology of clergy, an educational psychology of.
However, by the turn of the millennium, psychology was showing belated signs of trying to catch up in its study of religion and its effects, with the appearance of textbooks on the psychology of religion (e.g. Argyle & Beit-Hallahmi, ; Paloutzian, ), books on religion and mental health (e.g. Koenig et al., ; Loewenthal, And, says Lifton, Awhere totalism exists, a religion, a political movement, or even a scientific organization becomes little more than an exclusive cult. Lifton identified eight psychological themes, now widely used as the criteria for evaluating whether or not a particular group uses thought reform. According to the statistics from new population projections by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion and Public Life, there are billion Muslims worldwide and it is expected to increase by about 35% in the next 20 years, to reach billion by ; making Islam the second largest religion in the world after by:
The purpose of this book is to provide the student of religion with an introduction to the psychology of religion by reviewing seven psychological theories of religion: those of Sigmund Freud, C.G. Jung, William James, Erich Fromm, Gordon Allport, Abraham Maslow, and Viktor : $ Terrorism is intended to provoke collective fear and uncertainty. This fear can spread rapidly and is not limited to those experiencing the event directly—others that are affected include family members of victims and survivors, and people who are exposed through broadcast images. Psychological suffering is usually more prevalent than the physical injuries from a terrorism by: 2. The relationship of the Pentecostal-Charismatic (P-C) style of music and worship practices to religious experience was investigated. The compositional devices typically found in this type of church music were analysed with respect to their potential emotional by:
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedFor many clinicians and scientists of the day, religion pdf highly relevant – for pdf or worse – as an etiologic, therapeutic, or palliative agent in psycho-therapy. Whether thought to be a malign or salutary inﬂ uence on mental and emotional well-being, the sphere of religiousness, faith, and sacred beliefs and.The approach of the book, in each case, shows download pdf the theory of religion emerges not only from the theorist's psychological theory, but also from his own life experience.
Each chapter contains an introductory overview of the theory, biographical material on the theorist, his theory of personality, his theory of religion, and an evaluation of Cited by: 8.1 The relation between psychology and religion 1 2 Socialisation 11 3 The effect ebook personality 23 ebook The extent and varieties of religious experience 35 5 The causes and effects of religious experience 47 6 Religious beliefs 60 7 Freud’s and Jung’s accounts of religious belief 77 8 Worship and prayer 87 9 Ritual and charisma 98File Size: 1MB.