Through lectures and seminars, this teaching aims to introduce to study of human religiosity and to demonstrate how different religious issues may be approached and understood from psychological perspective. Methodological emphasis is placed on applications of psychological models and tools to explain religious behaviour and phenomena. This is particularly interesting in the case of other traditions that do not share the modern Western conception of human being. With respect to content, this teaching will explore some aspects of conscious and unconscious mental functioning (on both the individual and collective level), as well as normal and pathological religious experience and behaviour.
Seminar: Spirituality and body: Psychological perspectives
Seminar: Psychology of religion : Analyses of sacrificial trajectories
Seminar: Spirituality in rehabilitation and healthcare institutions: spiritual care and regulation in a context of diversity (II.)
Tearching (1998 - 2012)
Graduation works and theses (2001 -2012)