Leaving Religion: Deconversion

Streib H (2020)
Current Opinion in Psychology 40: 139-144.

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Religious change was an important theme in the psychology of religion from its beginning with a focus on conversion, but with the emergence of new religious movements and the recent growth of religious unaffiliation, religious exiting and deconversion received growing attention. This review evaluates recent progress in deconversion research by the inclusion of key psychological constructs, such as personality, values, attachment, prosociality, well-being, religious socialization and development, and by an engagement in longitudinal investigation. The Outlook calls for exploring more psychological constructs, focusing decisively on longitudinal assessment, accounting for cultural and religious differences, and keeping the balance and complementarity between nomothetic and idiothetic approaches in order to account for the varieties of biographical changes that are denoted by ‘deconversion.’
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religious development; deconversion; leaving religion; disaffiliation; religious nones: atheists; spirituality
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
Current Opinion in Psychology
Band
40
Seite(n)
139-144
ISSN
2352-250X
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2946597

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Streib H. Leaving Religion: Deconversion. Current Opinion in Psychology. 2020;40:139-144.
Streib, H. (2020). Leaving Religion: Deconversion. Current Opinion in Psychology, 40, 139-144. doi:10.1016/j.copsyc.2020.09.007
Streib, H. (2020). Leaving Religion: Deconversion. Current Opinion in Psychology 40, 139-144.
Streib, H., 2020. Leaving Religion: Deconversion. Current Opinion in Psychology, 40, p 139-144.
H. Streib, “Leaving Religion: Deconversion”, Current Opinion in Psychology, vol. 40, 2020, pp. 139-144.
Streib, H.: Leaving Religion: Deconversion. Current Opinion in Psychology. 40, 139-144 (2020).
Streib, Heinz. “Leaving Religion: Deconversion”. Current Opinion in Psychology 40 (2020): 139-144.
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