Psychology of Religion-- consists of the application of psychological methods and interpretive frameworks to religious traditions, as well as to both religious and irreligious individuals. It attempts to accurately describe the details, origins, and uses of religious beliefs and behaviors. Although the psychology of religion first arose as a self-conscious discipline as recently as the late 19th century, all three of these tasks have a history going back many centuries before that.
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Top 10 studies of the psychology of religion from 2015 (according to Tom Rees on his interesting blog Epiphenom: "Here’s the research news on psychology of belief and non-belief that I found most interesting over the past year – the top 10 – and in reverse order, [as usual]. A very good read. Check it up!