James Meredith Day is a Professor in the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, at the Universite catholique de Louvain, Belgium, in the Psychology of Religion Research Center, and the Research Center for Well-being, Mental Health, and Developmental Psychology. He was recently elected Co-Editor of the Archiv fur Religionspsycologie: The Journal of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion. He is also a Priest, ordained in the Church of England, serving the Pro-Cathedral of The Holy Trinity, Brussels; and a Consulting Psychologist at the Center for Neuropsychiatry and Psychotherapy, Brussels.
Educated at Oberlin, Harvard, Pennsylvania, and Cambridge, he has been a Visiting Scholar and Visiting Lecturer at Amsterdam, Cambridge, Columbia, Cornell, Frankfurt, Glasgow, Harvard, London, Paris, Porto, Princeton, and Utrecht. His work has appeared in numerous journals, including American Psychologist, Adult Developments: The Bulletin of the Society for Research in Adult Development; Human Development, the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, the Journal of Moral Education, World Futures: The Journal of General Evolution, and many others. He is author and co-author of six books and monographs, including R. Mosher, D. Youngman, & J. Day (Eds.) 2006 (2nd Edition). Human Development Across the Lifespan: Educational and Psychological Implications (Praeger/Greenwood).