Coralie Buxant received her Ph.D. in psychology from the Universit catholique de Louvain, Belgium (2007), where she is currently a visiting lecturer of psychology of religion and a member of the Center for Psychology of Religion (www.psp.ucl.ac.be/psyreli). Moreover, she is lecturer of general psychology at the ICHEC Brussels Management School. She has conducted research on the area of cognitive and emotional determinants of various expressions of religion and spirituality (new religious movements, mainstream conversions, contemporary spiritual seekers) and has co-authored several papers published in international journals (Journal of Positive Psychology, Journal of Religion and Health, Mental Health, Religion and, Culture, Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, ), as well as a book (Contested Religious Movements: Psychology, Law, and the Politics of Precaution, Gent, Academia). She is the contact person for the Metanexus LSI Religion, values, and morality in secularized and multicultural societies.
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