ArchIve for the Psychology of RelIgIon
About Our Journal
The Archive for the Psychology of Religion is the flagship journal for the International Association for the Psychology of Religion. It originated as the Archiv für Religionspsychologie in 1914, establishing it as the oldest periodical in the field. This English-language journal publishes three issues per year, with articles appearing online before the editors assign them to an issue. Contributions employ diverse methodologies embedded in and relevant to the advancement of psychological theory. Multiple submission types are possible within three primary sections: Theory (major reviews, conceptual or methodological development), Research (empirical theory testing, rigorous descriptive or qualitative investigations, pre-registered replications), and Pedagogy (tutorials, historical notes). The Archive contains both invited and submitted material, including occasional target articles and responses. Authors may propose Special Issues to the Editor at any time.
The Archive for IAPR
The Archive for the Psychology of Religion
Here’s a selection of the latest research put out by the International Association for the Psychology of Religion. Abstract, summaries, and provoking questions are provided here, but be sure to subscribe to the archive to get the full text from each article!