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'''Religious affiliation''' is the declared commitment to a [[religious group]]. The degree of affiliation may be tenuous and claimed in the abstract or may be supported by attendence at religious services, participation in [[religious practices]], observance of religious requirements etc.
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'''Religious affiliation''' is the declared commitment to a [[religious group]]. The degree of affiliation may be tenuous and claimed in the abstract or may be supported by attendance at religious services, participation in [[religious practices]], observance of religious requirements etc.
   
 
==Religions focused on by psychologists==
 
==Religions focused on by psychologists==

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Religious affiliation is the declared commitment to a religious group. The degree of affiliation may be tenuous and claimed in the abstract or may be supported by attendance at religious services, participation in religious practices, observance of religious requirements etc.

Religions focused on by psychologistsEdit

Religions of the world gives a full list of religions. The main focus of psychological enquiry include:

Factors associated with religious affiliationEdit

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