Dr. Judd is currently a professor of Ancient Scripture and Dean of Religious Education at Brigham Young University; he has also served as the Chair of the Department of Ancient Scripture. Brother Judd has been the author and editor of several books and many articles in the fields of religion, marriage and family relationships, and the psychology of religion. His most recent research has focused on the relationship between religion and mental health. His most article, published in BYU Studies Quarterly, is entitled, "Grace, Legalism, and Mental Health among the Latter-day Saints." He has also recently published a study on Martin Luther’s experience with scrupulosity and grace.
Research InterestsReligion and Mental Health
Psychology of Religion
Marriage and Family
Teaching InterestsBook of Mormon
- Religious Education: Associate Dean (2017 - Present)
- Ancient Scripture: Department Chair (2001 - 2004)
- American Psychological Association (2015 - Present)