Nielsen's Psychology of Religion (Popularity: ): Resources including online texts, course syllabi, bibliography, theoretical perspectives, and links to journals and professional organizations. Centre for Psychology of Religion (Louvain) (Popularity: ): Publication abstracts and contact details of research program at the Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium), headed up by Jean-Marie Jaspard. Bilingual: French and English. Psychological Influence in Spiritual Movements (Popularity: ): A discussion of the features of psychological influence most common to spiritual movements. Psychology and Christianity Project (Popularity: ): Research program at University of Cambridge seeking to apply psychology to the work of the Church. Functional Origins of Religious Concepts (Popularity: ): Essay by cognitive anthropologist Pascal Boyer recounting theory and experimental evidence for the ontological and strategic selection of supernatural concepts. Tracing the Synapses of Our Spirituality (Popularity: ): Washington Post article by Shankar Vedantam on researchers examining the relationship between brain and religion. Are We Hardwired for God? (Popularity: ): The Guardian newspaper's review of Pascal Boyer's book "Religion Explained". Virtual Religion Index: Psychology of Religion (Popularity: ): Directory of resources covering religious experience, therapies, and psychological theory. COG-SCI-REL-L (Popularity: ): Archived cognitive science of religion email discussion list, focusing particularly on anthropological and cognitive developmental psychology research investigating the formation and transmission of religious ideas. Centre for Psychology of Religion (Leuven) (Popularity: ): Dirk Hutsebaut's research program within the Psychology Department of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). Includes full-text articles for download. Psychological Aspects of Biblical Concepts and Persons (Popularity: ): Conference by the Dutch Foundation for Psychiatry and Religion. Program and background information. Vrije University, Amsterdam, 4-6 March 2002. Small amount of Dutch content.