Research and Resources
Psychology is a field for the intellectually curious — those of us who realize there’s always more to explore and study about human behavior. At Rosemead, we’re constantly conducting scientific, ethical, innovative research, uncovering knowledge to help understand humanity better. Here are just some of the outlets our faculty and students have for conducting, publishing and promoting psychological research.
Institute for Research on Psychology and Spirituality
The Institute for Research on Psychology and Spirituality was created to extend Rosemead's leadership in integration by promoting empirical research on the interrelationship between psychology, theology and spirituality. A national team of leading evangelical researchers established by the institute work to identify future directions in theoretical and applied areas of integrative research, and to conduct programmatic research that will impact the evangelical community as well as the larger psychological and religious communities.
Most importantly, the institute provides a rich training resource for Rosemead students by stimulating faculty and student research in collaboration with other leading researchers. It creates opportunities for our students to be involved in the research teams and to interact with some of the leading evangelical researchers.
If you would like more information on the Institute for Research on Psychology and Spirituality, contact Peter Hill.
Journal of Psychology and Theology
Rosemead has published the Journal of Psychology and Theology, an evangelical forum for the integration of theology and psychology, for more than 40 years. Its purpose is to communicate recent scholarly thinking on the interrelationships of psychological and theological concepts and to consider the application of these concepts to a variety of professional settings.
Journal of Psychology and Christianity
This official publication of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies is edited by Joshua Knabb, Psy.D., ABPP.
Continuing education workshops allow you to further develop your professional skills and keep up with the latest news in the field of clinical psychology. These workshops are regionally hosted. For more information, contact your local alumni regional chapter.