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Integrating Differing Theories

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Developmental psychology of religion is like a smorgasbord: For some authors conation is a major driving force, for others emotion, for yet others cognition, socialization, psycho-dynamics, and/or coping with critical or stressing life events, not forgetting attribution theory as a significant predictor. After recalling the necessary background knowledge, a specification for an integrated theory of religious development is presented, and a speculative scheme is advanced in which the weight of the partial theories depends on the native endowment of individuals, their levels of development and personal investment, and situational conditions.

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1993-01-01
2015-08-04

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