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Dipl. Psych. Tatjana Schnell (M. Phil.)
Implicit religion/religiosity; religion and mental health; religiosity as personality construct
- Schnell, Tatjana (2000). "I Believe in Love"-Contemporary Society's Construction of Love. Implicit Religion, vol. III, 2, 111-122.
- Schnell, Tatjana (1999). Report: The Centrality of the Concepts of Implicit
Religion for Teaching Religious Studies. Implicit Religion, vol. II, 2, 116-117.
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs Taught
Mental Health and Psychopathology;
Relevant Degrees or Certificates Available at InstitutionLanguages Spoken
Psychology of Religion (introduction to the field)
Contemporary Religiosities (research-oriented seminar)
German, English (Italian, French)