The International Association for the Psychology of Religion (IAPR) is a worldwide association advancing investigative research and trade inside the field of the brain science of religion. The Association is not inclined toward a specific pattern but rather tries to give a stage to the whole range of the experimental mental investigation of religion for analysts of religion from everywhere throughout the world.
The International Association for the Psychology of Religion (IAPR) has European roots. The Association was established in 1914 in Nuremberg, Germany, as "Internationale Gesellschaft für Religionspsychologie" and distributed in that same year the primary volume of the "Archiv für Religionspsychologie" (now Archive for the Psychology of Religion). As of now at this early stage, various worldwide researchers, including some from the USA, had a place with the leading group of both the affiliation and the diary, while the key figure of the venture was Wilhelm Stählin (1883â1975), a German protestant priest. As Germany went to war amid 1914â1918, the inside circumstance of the nation changed drastically and a next volume (No. 2/3) of the Archiv was not distributed until 1921, to be trailed by a Volume in 1929.Read More»