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Steven Reiss

Steven Reiss is an American psychologist who continues to contribute original ideas, new assessment methods, and influential research studies to three topics in psychology: anxiety disorders, developmental disabilities, and intrinsic motivation. Reiss was educated at Dartmouth College, Yale University, and Harvard University. He served as a tenured professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago (1972-1991) and at The Ohio State University (1991-2008), where for sixteen years he directed the developmental disabilities center at The Ohio State University Medical Center. He is the author of several books, including the bestselling WHO AM I?: THE 16 BASIC DESIRES THAT MOTIVATE OUR ACTIONS AND DEFINE OUR PERSONALITIES.

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The 16 Strivings for God: The New Psychology of Religious Experiences
By author: Steven Reiss
Product Code: H911
ISBN: 9780881465570
Product Format: Hardback
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This ground-breaking work will change the way we understand religion. Period. This is the first comprehensive theory of the psychology of religion that can be scientifically verified. Reiss proposes a peer-reviewed, original theory of mysticism, asceticism, spiritual personality, and hundreds of religious beliefs and practices. Written for serious readers and anyone interested in psychology and religion (especially their own), this eminently readable book will revolutionize the psychology of religious experience by exploring the motivations and characteristics of the individual in their religious life.