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||Name and Title
Hetty Zock, Ph.D., associate professor
Faculty of Theology and Religion Studies, University of Groningen, The Netherlands
Email AddressResearch Interests
Dr T.H. Zock
Faculty of Theology and Religion Studies, University of Groningen
Nieuwe Kijk in ‘t Jatstraat 104
NL-9712 SL Groningen
Erik H. Erikson, object-relations theory, art & religion, mental health & religion
- Zock, Hetty (1990). A Psychology of Ultimate Concern. Erik H. Erikson's Contribution to the Psychology of Religion, International Series in the Psychology of Religion ed. by J.A. van Belzen and J.M. van der Lans, vol. 1, Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi.
- Zock, Hetty (1997). “The Hermeneutics of Life History - A Plea for a Hermeneutical psychology of Religion, Exemplified by the Work of Erik H. Erikson”, in: J.A. Belzen (ed.): Hermeneutical Approaches in Psychology of Religion, International Series in the Psychology of Religion ed. by J.A. van Belzen and J.M. van der Lans, vol. 6, Amsterdam-Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1997, pp.129-153.
- Zock, Hetty (1997). “The Predominance of the Feminine Sexual Mode in Religion - Erikson's Contribution to the Sex and Gender Debate in the Psychology of Religion”, in: International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 1997 (3), 187-198.
- Zock, Hetty (1999). “Religion as the Realization of Faith. The Conceptualization of Religion in Relational Psychoanalysis”, in: Jan G. Platvoet and Arie L. Molendijk (eds.), The Pragmatics of Defining Religion: Contexts, Concepts, Contests, Leiden: Brill (Numen Book Series, 84), 1999, pp.433-459.
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs Taught
Psychoanalytic, Object Relations, Mental Health and Psychopathology, Phenomenological
Relevant Degrees or Certificates Available at InstitutionLanguages Spoken
Religion and Psychopathology; Psychoanalytical Study of Religious Texts; Hermeneutical Psychology of Religion
English, German, French, Dutch