Satanism, Stigma, and Mental Health

Satanism, Stigma, and Mental Health

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Introduces an overview of the assumptions and conclusions of psychological research on Satanists from the 1980s and 1990s, and contrasts it with the current psychological methodology and results from a study on Satanists from 2019-2020 that examined Satanists’ identity, stigma, and mental health.

Creator: Grey Faction
 
 

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