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PSY 310 Psychology of Religion

A study of important topics in the psychology of religion including but not limited to: classical and contemporary theory, the psychology of spiritual experiences, neuroscience and spirituality, conversion, Atheism, and the role of faith in recovery from loss, tragedy and illness.

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Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite: PSY 120, PSY 121 or PSY 105
Instructor: James Cresswell Profile
Class Times: Thursday 5:30-8:30
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