Religion as a psychological disorder?

Religion as a psychological disorder?
Should psychologists adopt the schemata of religious ideology to fulfill the goals of psychological science?

Religion and psychology have a contentious past. As modern psychologists are distancing themselves from Freud’s psychoanalytic examination of religion(s), we are discovering that the culture of religion, and the belief it creates, is ripe for a grounded and scientific analysis by way of neurobiology, behaviorism, and peer-reviewed empirical research.

Read at Mystic Politics: Religion as a psychological disorder?

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