Psychology in religion and social class Student name: Course name: Article name: Submission date: Psychology is be defined as the study of mind or mental processes of an individual that are involved in an activity field. Psychology of religion it's an area which includes frameworks of interpretation and the psychological methods which are used to accurately provide details on the originality and how the religious believers and behaviors are used. There exist various religions in the world today each with its characteristics. Various effects of religion on individuals have been expressed in different ways (Harackiewicz et al 2014). Religious people are said to be happier than the non-religious References Harackiewicz Judith M. et al. "Closing the social class achievement gap for first-generation students in undergraduate biology." Journal of Educational Psychology 106.2 (2014): 375. Stephens Nicole M. MarYam G. Hamedani and Mesmin Destin. "Closing the social-class achievement gap a difference-education intervention improves first-generation students’ academic performance and all students’ college transition." Psychological science 25.4 (2014): 943-953. Armstrong Elizabeth A. et al. "“Good Girls” Gender Social Class and Slut Discourse on Campus." Social Psychology Quarterly 77.2 (2014): 100-122. Wulff David. "Psychology of religion." Encyclopedia of psychology and religion. Springer US 2014. 1424-1429. Neff K. D. "Self-compassion." Mindfulness in Positive Psychology: The Science of Meditation and Wellbeing (2016): 37. [...]
Papers need to be 10 font and 2 pages in length. You can write about any topic that is in the book or that we talk about in class. I am looking for analysis, not a book report. Personal reflection is fine because it is analysis. The topics we talked about in class were about religion, why people fail and give up or why social class makes people treat each other different.