ISSN 1367-4676, Online ISSN: 1469-9737
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Religiosity of young adults: does childhood maltreatment make a difference?
Dyslin, Christopher W.; Thomsen, Cynthia J.
Suicidal ideation, affective lability, and religion in depressed adults
Baetz, Marilyn; Bowen, Rudy
Context and culture: African-American elders’ experiences of depression
Black, Helen K.; Gitlin, Laura; Burke, Janice
Exploring the atheist personality: well-being, awe, and magical thinking in atheists, Buddhists, and Christians
Caldwell-Harris, Catherine L.; Wilson, Angela L.; LoTempio, Elizabeth; Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin
Mental well-being in the religious and the non-religious: evidence for a curvilinear relationship
Galen, Luke William; Kloet, James D.
Afro-centric religious consultations as treatment for psychotic disorders among day hospital patients in Santiago de Cuba
Gibson, Roger Carl; Morgado, Alain Jiménez; Brosyle, Alberto Cutie; Mesa, Elena Hamilton; Sanchéz, Concepción Hechavarría
Religiosity and the mental health of adolescents in Great Britain
Ian Meltzer, Howard; Dogra, Nisha; Vostanis, Panos; Ford, Tamsin
Workplace characteristics, career/vocation satisfaction, and existential well-being in Episcopal clergy
Stewart-Sicking, Joseph A.; Ciarrocchi, Joseph W.; Hollensbe, Elaine C.; Sheep, Mathew L.
Moving beyond individualism in pastoral care and counseling. Reflection on theory, theology, and practice, by Barbara J. McClure
International handbook of education for spirituality, care and wellbeing: parts one and two, edited by Marian de Souza, Leslie J. Francis, James O’Higgins-Norman, and Daniel Scott
Rolph, Jenny; Rolph, Paul
Letter to the editor of Mental Health, Religion & Culture
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