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1th International Convention of Psychological Science - Amsterdam (March 12-14, 2015)

On behalf of APS and the members of the Steering Committee, we are pleased to announce that the inaugural International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) will be held in March 2015 in the Beurs van Berlage in the heart of Amsterdam. We’re particularly pleased to note that among the invited integrative symposia we have planned a symposium on “Religion Past and Present: Origins and Functions of Spirituality

Web site: http://icps.psychologicalscience.org/program/#rpapoafos

In the ancient past, much of humanity believed in supernatural agents with powers that exceeded those of mere mortals, and engaged in community-wide rituals in which those agents were honored. Today, much of humanity believes in supernatural agents with powers that exceed those of mere mortals and engages in community-wide rituals in which those agents are honored. What was, and is, the role of religious beliefs and practices in psychological experience and social life? In this symposium, a unique gathering of leading anthropologists and psychologists will explore religion past and present by addressing the origins of religious thought, the dissemination of religious beliefs, and the role of religion in individual development, identity, behavior, and well-being.