Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi

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Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi, Ph.D.
Professor Benny Beit-Hallahmi.jpg
Residence Haifa, Israel
Nationality Israeli
Fields psychology, religion, new religious movements, cults
Institutions University of Haifa
Alma mater Michigan State University

Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi (Hebrew: בנימין בית-הלחמי‎) (born June 12, 1943) is an Israeli professor of psychology at the University of Haifa, Israel. In 1970 Beit-Hallahmi received a PhD in clinical psychology from Michigan State University.

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  • Old Identities and New Religions in Israel, Journal of Alternative Religion and Culture, Volume 1: Issue 2-3,
  • Scientology: Religion or racket?, 2003, Marburg Journal of Religion, Volume 8, No. 1 [1]
  • Dear Colleagues: Integrity and Suspicion in NRM Research, presented at the 1997 annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion

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