Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion
Welcome to the homepage of Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, a comprehensive reference work from Springer.
Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion is a vital new resource for mutual understanding at the intersection of psychology and religion. It provides a definitive and intellectually rigorous collection of psychological interpretations of the stories, rituals, motifs, symbols, doctrines, dogmas, and experiences of the world's religious and mythological traditions.
Information and more details about the extent of this project can be found under Aims & Scope.
Wish to Become an Author?
Springer's Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion's first edition was published in 2010 and the much expanded second edition in 2013. The Encyclopedia is a "living" project and will continue to accept articles online as part of an eventual third edition. Articles will be peer-reviewed in a timely manner and, if found acceptable, will be immediately published online. Please follow this links for a list of already published articles as well as a list of still unpublished but suggested articles. Other suggested articles are, of course, also welcome. Interested new authors should contact the editor in chief, David Leeming, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more specific instructions. Those who have already contributed articles and have direct access to the Springer reference online system may submit articles directly or send them by email to the editor in chief.
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