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Self-Expansiveness as a Psychological Construct for Understanding and Researching Religious Phenomena without Reliance on Religious Notions


Friedman H.L.
PhD in Psychology, Professor Emeritus at Saybrook Graduate School,San Francisco, CA and Professor of Psychology (Courtesy) at University of Florida, Gainesville. Editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, co-editor of The Humanistic Psychologist., USA

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