Studies in Mormon History

Results 1–17 of 17 for: subjects:"Smith, Joseph, Jr., psychohistory"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
The Founder of Mormonism : A Psychological Study of Joseph Smith, Jr. Riley, I. Woodbridge 1902 Book 32
The Sword of Laban : Joseph Smith, Jr. and the Dissociated Mind Morain, William D. 1998 Book 22
Inside the Mind of Joseph Smith : Psychobiography and the Book of Mormon Anderson, Robert D. 1999 Book 19
Joseph Smith : The Verdict of Depth Psychology Brink, T. L. 1976 Journal Article 8 4
The Psychology of Religious Genius : Joseph Smith and the Origins of New Religious Movements Foster, Lawrence 1993 Journal Article 8
A Psychological History of Joseph Smith, Jr., The Founder of Mormonism Riley, I. Woodbridge 1902 Dissertation 7
The Smiths and Their Dreams and Visions Groesbeck, C. Jess 1988 Journal Article 6
No Man Knows My Psychology : Fawn Brodie, Joseph Smith, and Psychoanalysis Cohen, Charles L. 2005 Journal Article 2 17
Toward an Introduction to a Psychobiography of Joseph Smith Anderson, Robert D. 1994 Journal Article 2
Protective and Learning Images in Latter Day Saint Revelation Howard, Richard P. 1986 Journal Article 1 3
The Conquest of Humiliation : A Psychobiographical Inquiry into the Book of Mormon--Characters and Chronology Anderson, Robert D. 2013 Journal Article 1
The Inner Joseph Smith Bushman, Richard L. 2006 Journal Article 1 20
The Second Sacred Grove : The Influence of Greenville, Indiana, on Joseph Smith's 1832 First Vision Account Godfrey, Matthew C. October 2018 Journal Article
Joseph Smith--Fantasies and their Origins Morain, William D. 2013 Journal Article 4
A Behaviorist Looks at Joseph Osmond, Russell C. 2013 Journal Article 5
Joseph Smith, A Study in Analytical Psychology Brink, T. L. 1978 Dissertation
Korihor Speaks, or the Misinterpretation of Dreams;Inside the Mind of Joseph Smith : Psychobiography and the Book of Mormon. [by] Anderson, Robert D Jibson, Michael D. 2002 Journal Article
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