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How Jewish Immigrants Changed American Psychology

When many people face a crisis, whether related to health, personal finance, or other factors, they often respond by turning to religion for wisdom and comfort. Historically, this has sometimes happened with great intensity. In the late nineteenth century, a Ukrainian-American psychologist named Boris Sidis (1867–1923) wrote extensively about religious revivals, seeing in them potential dangers to society.  Read more.

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