Recommendations for the Psychology of Religion Pages
Here is a sample of the kinds of groups that recommend the Psychology of Religion pages. If you like what you find here, why not recommend it to a friend?
Psychology Today had this to say in its January-February 2001 issue (p. 79):
If you think science and spirituality are like church and state, then you haven't tapped into the new psychological movement that examines how religion influences people's daily lives. Consider this comprehensive site your primer. Creator Michael E. Nielsen, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Georgia Southern University, offers message boards, journal links, resource lists and up-to-the-minute religion news without straying from pure science.
Educational and professional groups that recommend these pages include:
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