Vassilis Saroglou

 

 Vassilis Saroglou   © D. Dumoulin 

Social psychology of religion
 

Vassilis Saroglou is full professor of psychology at the Université catholique de Louvain, director of the Centre for Psychology of Religion, and past chair of the Division of Social Psychology.

His research is mainly focused on personality and social psychology of religion and his publications include both empirical studies (with a variety of methodological approaches: survey, social experiment, priming, interview, content analysis, meta-analysis, cross-cultural comparisons) and theoretical and interdisciplinary work. His research and teaching expertise extends to personality, social, cross-cultural, and moral psychology, and psychology of positive emotions.

For his scientific work, he received the Early Career Award (2005) and the Mentoring Award (2013) of the American Psychological Association (APA) - Division 36, and the Quinquennial Godin Prize (2006) of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion. In 2015 he was elected Fellow of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology as well as Fellow of APA Division 36.

He has served as President of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion and as President of the Académie internationale des sciences religieuses. He is currently Co-Editor of the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion.

His most recent published volume is Religion, Personality, and Social Behavior in Psychology Press.

 

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