PS472 Psychology of Religion
Psychology and Crime, Law and Justice credits: 3
Examines religious experience, belief, and behavior
from a psychological perspective. In a seminar format, students read primary source
material to examine the lives and theories of several leaders in the field, research and
reflect on selected topics of interest to both psychologists and theologians, and evaluate
one’s own role as a psychological interpreter of religion. Prerequisites: PS110 and
Sophomore standing. Offered in alternate years.