Memory, Attachment, and Liturgy

Written concurrently with Liturgical Theology, this paper integrates the liturgical categories established in that paper with categories from fields of neuroscience and developmental psychology.

In this paper, I look to recent studies in neuroscience and attachment theory to find the ways in which spiritual practices, particularly the liturgy of the church, contribute to psychological wellbeing.

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