Dr Gijsbert Stoet

Dr Gijsbert Stoet
Dr Gijsbert Stoet is a psychologist and chair of the Ethics Committee at the University of Leeds Institute of Psychological Sciences.

He is also coordinator of the Humanist Chaplaincy Network and a trustee of the Chris Worfolk Foundation.

Originally from the Netherlands, Dr Stoet has worked across the world including Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Germany and Washington University, St. Louis.
  1. Humanist Chaplains: For and Against

    Humanist Chaplains: For and Against

    The idea of Humanist Chaplains has been a poloarising issue within the non-religious community. In this debate, recorded as the Swarthmore Centre, as part of Leeds Reason Week 2011, sees Dr Paul Dean and Dr Gijsbert Stoet put the arguments for and against Humanist Chaplaincy.

  2. Religion as a Human Creation

    Religion as a Human Creation

    Over the past century, there has been a steep decline in religious adherence. However, some groups, including many Quakers, Universalists, Humanists and even Anglicans have continued to find benefit from religion, despite discarding their belief in a god.

  3. Humanist Chaplaincy

    Humanist Chaplaincy

    Recorded at Enquiry 2010, Dr Gijsbert Stoet, head of the Humanist Chaplaincy Network, discusses the research he has done into a topic which has quickly become a polarising issue.