Psychology of Religion.  On-line Quiz.
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1. This atheistic philosopher wrote that the natural sciences had "dissolved the Christian world view in nitric acid."
Auguste Sabatier
Karl Marx
Fredierick Nietsche
Ludwig Feuerbach

2. This book, the Gifford Lectures of 1901-1902, is now considered a "classic" work in psychology of religion.
The Idea of the Holy
The Varieties of Religious Experience
Moses and Monotheism
Answer to Job

3. For the Gnostics, the creator God of the Old Testament, Yahweh, was often identified with this being.

4. In 1948, this man published Walden Two, a novel describing an ideal, utopian society.
B.F. Skinner
Sigmund Freud
John B. Watson
William James

5. Which of the following is NOT part of Freud's understanding of the psyche?

6. A major postulate of this psychological approach states that the most significant determinants of present behaviour are the consequences which followed similar actions in the past.
analytical psychology

7. Not content with merely banishing religion from his own life and home, this man hoped to convince the whole world that religion is "nothing but psychology projected into the external world."
John B. Watson
B.F. Skinner
Sigmund Freud
Ludwig Feuerbach

8. Which of the following phrases can be attributes to G. Stanley Hall?
The first lecture on Psychology I ever heard was the first I ever gave.
Ontogeny recapitulates phylogony
I am a solitary because I know things . . . which other people usually do not want to know.
Through "cathexis" infants invest sexual energy in a person or object

9. This is the Jungian term describing his view that certain events in our lives are linked meaningfully, not causally.
deja vu
second sight

10. The first volume of B. F. Skinner's autobiography, published in 1983, is titled . . .
The Shaping of a Behaviourist
Particulars of My Life
Memories, Dreams, Reflections
A Matter of Consequences

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