By Jacob A. Belzen, Antoon Geels
This quantity positions itself at the innovative of 2 fields in psychology that get pleasure from swiftly expanding consciousness: either the research of human lives and a few center domain names of such lives as faith and spirituality are excessive at the schedule of present study and instructing. Biographies and autobiographies are being approached in new methods and became crucial to the examine of human lives as an item of study and a popular technique for acquiring special info approximately subjective human reviews. Ever because the starting of the psychology of faith, autobiographies have additionally been mentioned as a major resource of data approximately psychic techniques all in favour of religiosity. during this quantity, a couple of prime theoreticians and researchers from Europe and the united states attempt to convey them again to this box by means of drawing on new insights and most recent advancements in mental idea.
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Autobiography and the psychological study of religious lives (International Series in the Psychology of Religion) by Jacob A. Belzen, Antoon Geels