Aportes psicológicos experimentales y neurobiológicos al estudio de la experiencia mística religiosa

Diego Alfredo Tamayo Lopera, Germán Darío Zapata Agudelo

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En esta revisión se hace un rastreo bibliográfico documental del orden descriptivo sobre el estudio del misticismo en la psicología empírica experimental y ciencias afines. Para ello, se propone una ruta que inicia con una breve introducción a la psicología de la religión como disciplina encargada del estudio de los fenómenos psicológicos asociados a los hechos religiosos, se prosigue con la contextualización del estudio empírico del misticismo desde la psicología y la delimitación epistemológica del término misticismo, para continuar con una caracterización de la experiencia y sus relaciones con la normalidad y la patología, y finaliza con los principales procesos neurocognitivos involucrados en esta

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