Current Studies on Rituals: Perspectives for the Psychology of Religion [Book Review]

Journal of Mind and Behavior 13 (2):193-194 (1992)
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This is a well edited and well done book of 12 chapters. The editors and authors are scholars from the Netherlands. One nice editorial touch is a common bibliography. Although there is no index, each article is so highly internally organized, it is very easy to find something specific



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