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\PPN 640479243

\TTT Beyond church attendance: Religiosity and mental health among rural older a
dults
\TTL Beyond church attendance: Religiosity and mental health among rural older a
dults
\TTZ Beyond church attendance: Religiosity and mental health among rural older a
dults
\JVU 2000
\JVP 2000
\AUT Mitchell, Jim
\AUT Weatherly, Dave
\IMP Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic Publishers
\ANN Copyright: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
\BRO In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology = ISSN 0169-3816: vol. 15 (2000),
afl. 1, pag. 37-54 (18).
\BCL sociologie
\TRW (TRF) Aging; (TRF) Ethnicity; (TRF) Mental health; (TRF) Religiosity; (TRF)
Rural
\ABS Data from 2 independent random samples of the population of community-dwell
ing older adults in eastern North Carolina are used to assess the effects of Chr
istian religious subdimensions, including church attendance and participation, b
elief that religious faith affects health, and belief that prayer and God combin
e with medical treatment to cure illness, upon mental health. Self-reported reli
giosity in this population across dimensions is described and the effects of sel
ected demographic characteristics upon religiosity are assessed. Lastly, the mai
n effects of demographic characteristics, religiosity, and health status upon th
e mental health of respondents are explored. Findings suggest that Christian rel
igious beliefs and practices are widespread in this mainly rural population and
that females and African American elderly people are more likely than others to
profess religious beliefs and to participate in church-related activities. Multi
variate results suggest that reduced health status, including functional ability
, combines with limited participation in church activities to result in poorer s
elf-rated mental health and more symptoms of depression. The implications of the
findings for the role of Christian religiosity in health and mental health are
discussed
\DAT 29-04-05
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\ISP
Beyond church attendance: Religiosity and mental health among rural older adults
. - Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000
In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology = ISSN 0169-3816: vol. 15 (2000), afl.
1, pag. 37-54 (18).
Copyright: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
INHOUD
Data from 2 independent random samples of the population of community-dwelling o
lder adults in eastern North Carolina are used to assess the effects of Christia
n religious subdimensions, including church attendance and participation, belief
that religious faith affects health, and belief that prayer and God combine wit
h medical treatment to cure illness, upon mental health. Self-reported religiosi
ty in this population across dimensions is described and the effects of selected
demographic characteristics upon religiosity are assessed. Lastly, the main eff
ects of demographic characteristics, religiosity, and health status upon the men
tal health of respondents are explored. Findings suggest that Christian religiou
s beliefs and practices are widespread in this mainly rural population and that
females and African American elderly people are more likely than others to profe
ss religious beliefs and to participate in church-related activities. Multivaria
te results suggest that reduced health status, including functional ability, com
bines with limited participation in church activities to result in poorer self-r
ated mental health and more symptoms of depression. The implications of the find
ings for the role of Christian religiosity in health and mental health are discu
ssed
\END
\PPN 912987049
\TTT Socio-demographic Differences in Acculturation and Mental Health for a Samp
le of 2nd Generation/Early Immigrant Arab Americans
\TTL Socio-demographic Differences in Acculturation and Mental Health for a Samp
le of 2nd Generation/Early Immigrant Arab Americans
\TTZ Socio-demographic Differences in Acculturation and Mental Health for a Samp
le of 2nd Generation/Early Immigrant Arab Americans
\JVU 2007
\JVP 2007
\AUT Amer, Mona M.
\AUT Hovey, Joseph D.
\COR The University of Toledo, Toledo OH, USA
\COR Yale University School of Medicine, 319 Peck St., Building 6W, Suite 1CNew
Haven CT, USA
\IMP Boston : Springer US
\UIT Springer US
\ANN mona.amer@yale.edu.
\ANN (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2007.
\BRO In: Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health = ISSN 15571912: vol. 9 (2007)
, afl. 4, pag. 335-347.
\BCL geneeskunde
\TRW (TRF) Arab American ; Muslim ; Acculturation ; Religiosity ; Mental health
\OLR =A http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10903-007-9045-y
\URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10903-007-9045-y
\ABS This study examined socio-demographic differences in acculturation patterns
among early immigrant and second-generation Arab Americans, using data from 120
participants who completed a Web-based study. Although sex, age, education, and
income did not significantly relate to the acculturation process, respondents w
ho were female and those who were married reported greater Arab ethnic identity
and religiosity. Striking differences were found based on religious affiliation.
Christian patterns of acculturation and mental health were consistent with accu
lturation theory. For Muslims, however, integration was not associated with bett
er mental health, and religiosity was predictive of better family functioning an
d less depression. The results of this study suggest unique acculturation patter
ns for Christian and Muslim subgroups that can better inform future research and
mental health service.
\ISP
Socio-demographic Differences in Acculturation and Mental Health for a Sample of
2nd Generation/Early Immigrant Arab Americans. - Boston : Springer US, 2007
In: Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health = ISSN 15571912: vol. 9 (2007), afl
. 4, pag. 335-347.
mona.amer@yale.edu. - (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2007.
INHOUD
This study examined socio-demographic differences in acculturation patterns amon
g early immigrant and second-generation Arab Americans, using data from 120 part
icipants who completed a Web-based study. Although sex, age, education, and inco
me did not significantly relate to the acculturation process, respondents who we
re female and those who were married reported greater Arab ethnic identity and r
eligiosity. Striking differences were found based on religious affiliation. Chri
stian patterns of acculturation and mental health were consistent with accultura
tion theory. For Muslims, however, integration was not associated with better me
ntal health, and religiosity was predictive of better family functioning and les
s depression. The results of this study suggest unique acculturation patterns fo
r Christian and Muslim subgroups that can better inform future research and ment
al health service.
\END
\PPN 656371978
\TTT The Use of Religion Among HIV-Infected African American Women
\TTL The Use of Religion Among HIV-Infected African American Women
\TTZ The Use of Religion Among HIV-Infected African American Women
\JVU 2000
\JVP 2000
\AUT Morse, Edward V
\AUT Morse, Patricia M
\AUT Klebba, Kendra E
\AUT Stock, Mary R
\AUT Forehand, Rex
\AUT Panayotova, Evelina
\IMP New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\ANN Copyright: Blanton-Peale Institute.
\BRO In: Journal of Religion and Health = ISSN 0022-4197: vol. 39 (2000), afl. 3
, pag. 261-276 (16).
\BCL theologie, godsdienstwetenschap
\TRW (TRF) HIV/AIDS; (TRF) religion; (TRF) high-risk behavior
\ABS A study of the associations among physical and mental health and differenti
al patterns of religiosity among African American women was conducted with a sam
ple of 253 participants: 104 HIV-infected, 46 chronically ill (not HIV-infected)
, and 103 healthy subjects. Participants' uses of private (i.e., prayer) and pub
lic (i.e., church attendance) forms of religiosity were assessed using data from
semi-structured interviews. The relationship between religiosity and mental hea
lth exhibited an incongruous pattern, differing across health condition and form
s of religious behavior. The practice of public religiosity was found to be inve
rsely associated with engagement in high-risk health behaviors among HIV-infecte
d and healthy women but not among the chronically ill. Although private religios
ity was unrelated to participants' perceptions of physical health, public religi
osity was positively associated with physical health among HIV-infected women an
d inversely associated with their CD4 count. Finally, having a sense of control
over one's health was positively related to religiosity. Results from this study
support the important role religion plays for persons faced with chronic termin
al diseases, as in the case of HIV/AIDS
\DAT 31-05-05
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inc.] ; vol. 7 (1968) - vol. 23 (1984); vol. 36 (1997) - vol. 42 (2003)
\EXA cn Tz c 24358 + cn Ps.In 6502.
\ISP
The Use of Religion Among HIV-Infected African American Women. - New York, U.S.A
: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2000
In: Journal of Religion and Health = ISSN 0022-4197: vol. 39 (2000), afl. 3, pag
. 261-276 (16).
Copyright: Blanton-Peale Institute.
INHOUD
A study of the associations among physical and mental health and differential pa
tterns of religiosity among African American women was conducted with a sample o
f 253 participants: 104 HIV-infected, 46 chronically ill (not HIV-infected), and
103 healthy subjects. Participants' uses of private (i.e., prayer) and public (
i.e., church attendance) forms of religiosity were assessed using data from semi
-structured interviews. The relationship between religiosity and mental health e
xhibited an incongruous pattern, differing across health condition and forms of
religious behavior. The practice of public religiosity was found to be inversely
associated with engagement in high-risk health behaviors among HIV-infected and
healthy women but not among the chronically ill. Although private religiosity w
as unrelated to participants' perceptions of physical health, public religiosity
was positively associated with physical health among HIV-infected women and inv
ersely associated with their CD4 count. Finally, having a sense of control over
one's health was positively related to religiosity. Results from this study supp
ort the important role religion plays for persons faced with chronic terminal di
seases, as in the case of HIV/AIDS
\END
\PPN 640493297
\TTT Faith and health self-management of rural older adults
\TTL Faith and health self-management of rural older adults
\TTZ Faith and health self-management of rural older adults
\JVU 2000
\JVP 2000
\AUT Arcury, Thomas A
\AUT Quandt, Sara A
\AUT McDonald, Juliana
\AUT Bell, Ronny A
\IMP Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic Publishers
\ANN Copyright: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
\BRO In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology = ISSN 0169-3816: vol. 15 (2000),
afl. 1, pag. 55-74 (20).
\BCL geneeskunde
\TRW (TRF) Ethnicity; (TRF) Health beliefs; (TRF) Health self-management; (TRF)
Religion; (TRF) Rural aging
\ABS This analysis uses in-depth interview data collected from 145 African Ameri
can, European American and Native American men and women aged 70 and older who r
eside in two rural North Carolina counties to understand the role of religious f
aith and prayer in the health self-management of these older adults. The analysi
s addresses three specific questions: how do these older adults use religion to
help them manage their health; are there ethnic and gender differences in the us
e of religion; and are differences in health status related to differences in th
e use of religion? The integral role of religion in the lives of these older rur
al adults is an overarching theme present in the interview texts. Six major them
es link religion and health self-management: (1) prayer and faith in health self
-management, (2) reading the Bible, (3) church services, (4) mental and spiritua
l health, (5) stories of physical healing, and (6) ambivalence. Faith and religi
ous activities provide an anchor in the lives of these older adults. There is li
ttle variation in the use of religion for health self-management by gender, ethn
icity or health status. These results suggest that the strength of religion in r
ural culture may limit the effectiveness of general religiosity scales to discer
n the relationship of religion to health and health behavior in rural population
s
\DAT 29-04-05
\DAV 20050429
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1986) - ....
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n=01693816
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=01693816
\ISP
Faith and health self-management of rural older adults. - Dordrecht, The Netherl
ands : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2000
In: Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology = ISSN 0169-3816: vol. 15 (2000), afl.
1, pag. 55-74 (20).
Copyright: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
INHOUD
This analysis uses in-depth interview data collected from 145 African American,
European American and Native American men and women aged 70 and older who reside
in two rural North Carolina counties to understand the role of religious faith
and prayer in the health self-management of these older adults. The analysis add
resses three specific questions: how do these older adults use religion to help
them manage their health; are there ethnic and gender differences in the use of
religion; and are differences in health status related to differences in the use
of religion? The integral role of religion in the lives of these older rural ad
ults is an overarching theme present in the interview texts. Six major themes li
nk religion and health self-management: (1) prayer and faith in health self-mana
gement, (2) reading the Bible, (3) church services, (4) mental and spiritual hea
lth, (5) stories of physical healing, and (6) ambivalence. Faith and religious a
ctivities provide an anchor in the lives of these older adults. There is little
variation in the use of religion for health self-management by gender, ethnicity
or health status. These results suggest that the strength of religion in rural
culture may limit the effectiveness of general religiosity scales to discern the
relationship of religion to health and health behavior in rural populations
\END
\PPN 912075767
\TTT The Association Between Perceived Spirituality, Religiosity, and Life Satis
faction : The Mediating Role of Self-Rated Health
\TTL The Association Between Perceived Spirituality, Religiosity, and Life Satis
faction : The Mediating Role of Self-Rated Health
\TTZ The Association Between Perceived Spirituality, Religiosity, and Life Satis
faction : The Mediating Role of Self-Rated Health
\JVU 2006
\JVP 2006
\AUT Zullig, Keith J.
\AUT Ward, Rose Marie
\AUT Horn, Thelma
\COR Miami University, 106 Phillips HallOxford OH, USA
\IMP Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic Publishers
\ANN zulligkj@muohio.edu.
\ANN (c) Springer, 2006.
\BRO In: Social Indicators Research (An International and Interdisciplinary Jour
nal for Quality-of-Life Measurement) = ISSN 03038300: vol. 79 (2006), afl. 2, pa
g. 255-274.
\BCL wiskunde
\TRW (TRF) life satisfaction ; quality of life ; religiosity ; spirituality
\ABS This study examined the mediating role of self-perceived health between per
ceived spirituality, religiosity, and life satisfaction among a stratified, rand
om sample of college students, while controlling for gender. Although both model
s displayed excellent fit criteria, the perceived spirituality and life satisfac
tion model was fully mediated by self-perceived health <SUP>2</SUP> (<I>n</I>=45
9, 4) = 1.64, <I>p</I>=0.80, CFI =0.99, TLI=0.99), and the perceived religiosity
and life satisfaction model was partially mediated by self-perceived health <SU
P>2</SUP> (<I>n</I>=459, 10) = 22.29, <I>p</I>=0.01 CFI = 0.99, TLI = 0.99). Bot
h models were equal for men and women. Students who describe themselves as spiri
tual (or religious) are likely to report greater self-perceived health and great
er self-perceived health likely influences life satisfaction for both men and wo
men. Results preliminarily support the contention that life satisfaction is rela
ted to differing reported health status, whether physical or mental, and that li
fe satisfaction may be influenced by religiosity and spirituality engagement. Im
plications for colleges and universities are discussed.
\DAT 11-07-05
\DAV 20050711
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
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\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0303-8300
\ISP
The Association Between Perceived Spirituality, Religiosity, and Life Satisfacti
on : The Mediating Role of Self-Rated Health. - Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publ
ishers, 2006
In: Social Indicators Research (An International and Interdisciplinary Journal f
or Quality-of-Life Measurement) = ISSN 03038300: vol. 79 (2006), afl. 2, pag. 25
5-274.
zulligkj@muohio.edu. - (c) Springer, 2006.
INHOUD
This study examined the mediating role of self-perceived health between perceive
d spirituality, religiosity, and life satisfaction among a stratified, random sa
mple of college students, while controlling for gender. Although both models dis
played excellent fit criteria, the perceived spirituality and life satisfaction
model was fully mediated by self-perceived health <SUP>2</SUP> (<I>n</I>=459, 4)
= 1.64, <I>p</I>=0.80, CFI =0.99, TLI=0.99), and the perceived religiosity and
life satisfaction model was partially mediated by self-perceived health <SUP>2</
SUP> (<I>n</I>=459, 10) = 22.29, <I>p</I>=0.01 CFI = 0.99, TLI = 0.99). Both mod
els were equal for men and women. Students who describe themselves as spiritual
(or religious) are likely to report greater self-perceived health and greater se
lf-perceived health likely influences life satisfaction for both men and women.
Results preliminarily support the contention that life satisfaction is related t
o differing reported health status, whether physical or mental, and that life sa
tisfaction may be influenced by religiosity and spirituality engagement. Implica
tions for colleges and universities are discussed.
\END
\PPN 93982003X
\TTT Cultural Predictors of Physical and Mental Health Status among Mexican Amer
ican Women : A Mediation Model
\TTL Cultural Predictors of Physical and Mental Health Status among Mexican Amer
ican Women : A Mediation Model
\TTZ Cultural Predictors of Physical and Mental Health Status among Mexican Amer
ican Women : A Mediation Model
\JVU 2009
\JVP 2009
\AUT Dinh, Khanh T.
\AUT Castro, Felipe Gonzlez
\AUT Tein, Jenn-Yun
\AUT Kim, Su Yeong
\COR University of Massachusetts Lowell, 870 BroadwayLowell MA, USA
\COR Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, USA
\COR University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX, USA
\IMP Boston : Springer US
\UIT Springer US
\ANN Khanh_Dinh@uml.edu.
\ANN (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2009.
\BRO In: American Journal of Community Psychology = ISSN 00910562: vol. 43 (2009
), afl. 1, pag. 35-48.
\BCL psychologie
\TRW (TRF) Mexican American women ; Acculturation ; Ethnic pride ; Health outcom
es ; Health disparities ; Mediation processes
\ABS This study, using secondary data analysis, examined a mediation model of ac
culturation and ethnic pride as predictors of physical and mental health outcome
s in a sample of 561 Mexican American women. Factors postulated as mediators wer
e family support and religiosity. Systematic across-group comparison analyses we
re conducted to examine sources of differences in the mediation model between im
migrant and non-immigrant women. The results partially supported the hypothesize
d mediation model, indicating that family support, but not religiosity, was a si
gnificant mediator in the relationship between ethnic pride and mental health pr
oblems. In addition, as differences between immigrant and non-immigrant women we
re observed only in the variables means, but not in the factor loadings or regre
ssion paths, the model tested may capture a common psychosocial process that aff
ects these women and their health outcomes. Overall, this study offers important
implications for future research and the design of intervention programs for Me
xican American women.
\DAT 01-02-05
\DAV 20050201
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1973) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
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\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0091-0562
\ISP
Cultural Predictors of Physical and Mental Health Status among Mexican American
Women : A Mediation Model. - Boston : Springer US, 2009
In: American Journal of Community Psychology = ISSN 00910562: vol. 43 (2009), af
l. 1, pag. 35-48.
Khanh_Dinh@uml.edu. - (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2009.
INHOUD
This study, using secondary data analysis, examined a mediation model of accultu
ration and ethnic pride as predictors of physical and mental health outcomes in
a sample of 561 Mexican American women. Factors postulated as mediators were fam
ily support and religiosity. Systematic across-group comparison analyses were co
nducted to examine sources of differences in the mediation model between immigra
nt and non-immigrant women. The results partially supported the hypothesized med
iation model, indicating that family support, but not religiosity, was a signifi
cant mediator in the relationship between ethnic pride and mental health problem
s. In addition, as differences between immigrant and non-immigrant women were ob
served only in the variables means, but not in the factor loadings or regression
paths, the model tested may capture a common psychosocial process that affects
these women and their health outcomes. Overall, this study offers important impl
ications for future research and the design of intervention programs for Mexican
American women.
\END
\PPN 912597216
\TTT Physiological Mechanisms Involved in Religiosity/Spirituality and Health
\TTL Physiological Mechanisms Involved in Religiosity/Spirituality and Health
\TTZ Physiological Mechanisms Involved in Religiosity/Spirituality and Health
\JVU 2007
\JVP 2007
\AUT Seybold, Kevin S.
\COR Grove City College, 100 Campus DriveGrove City PA, USA
\IMP New York : Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers
\ANN ksseybold@gcc.edu.
\ANN (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2007.
\BRO In: Journal of Behavioral Medicine = ISSN 01607715: vol. 30 (2007), afl. 4,
pag. 303-309.
\BCL geneeskunde
\TRW (TRF) Religiosity ; Spirituality ; Health ; Physiological mechanisms
\ABS During the last two decades of the 20th century, psychological science redi
scovered religiosity/spirituality (R/S) as a legitimate subject matter in unders
tanding the human experience. In large measure, this renewed interest was motiva
ted by the positive association between this variable and health (physical and m
ental) reported in much of the literature. If the described relationship between
R/S and health is accurate, the question of how such an influence might be real
ized becomes important and subject to empirical investigation. The present paper
develops a rationale for why such an outcome might be expected and describes va
rious physiological mechanisms that could mediate the effect of R/S on health.
\DAT 25-04-05
\DAV 20050425
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1978) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=0160-7715
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0160-7715
\ISP
Physiological Mechanisms Involved in Religiosity/Spirituality and Health. - New
York : Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers, 2007
In: Journal of Behavioral Medicine = ISSN 01607715: vol. 30 (2007), afl. 4, pag.
303-309.
ksseybold@gcc.edu. - (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2007.
INHOUD
During the last two decades of the 20th century, psychological science rediscove
red religiosity/spirituality (R/S) as a legitimate subject matter in understandi
ng the human experience. In large measure, this renewed interest was motivated b
y the positive association between this variable and health (physical and mental
) reported in much of the literature. If the described relationship between R/S
and health is accurate, the question of how such an influence might be realized
becomes important and subject to empirical investigation. The present paper deve
lops a rationale for why such an outcome might be expected and describes various
physiological mechanisms that could mediate the effect of R/S on health.
\END
\PPN 913009687
\TTT Connection, Action, and Hope : an Invitation to reclaim the Spiritual in He
alth Care
\TTL Connection, Action, and Hope : an Invitation to reclaim the Spiritual in He
alth Care
\TTZ Connection, Action, and Hope : an Invitation to reclaim the Spiritual in He
alth Care
\JVU 2007
\JVP 2007
\AUT Wills, Margaret
\COR Fairfield University, 1073 N. Benson Rd., 225 Donnarumma HallFairfield CT,
USA
\IMP Boston : Springer US
\UIT Springer US
\ANN mwills@mail.fairfield.edu.
\ANN (c) Blanton-Peale Institute, 2007.
\BRO In: Journal of Religion and Health = ISSN 00224197: vol. 46 (2007), afl. 3,
pag. 423-436.
\BCL geneeskunde
\TRW (TRF) Communication ; Connection ; Action ; Hope ; Spirituality ; Religion
; Recovery ; Healing ; Faith ; Complementary and alternative medicine ; Placebo
; Expectancy ; Prayer ; Religiosity ; Addiction ; Self-help ; Biomedical ; Holis
tic
\ABS The complex process of health has, until recently, been understood devoid o
f a spiritual component. The present article offers a model of health inclusive
of spirituality with implications for the health communication field. Amending t
he assumptive non-relevance of spirituality to individual health, a growing body
of scholarship in various disciplines recognizes the ways in which spirituality
connects to overall wellness. As a whole, this literature equates spirituality
with seeking, striving, and forward movement. Given the potential for health com
munication scholars to make significant contributions at the forefront of this r
esearch, this article proposes a dynamic model of health inclusive not only of t
he physical and mental, but of the spiritual as well. Recognizing its centrality
to wellbeing, the model locates the <I>spiritual</I> self at the center. Specif
ically, the spiritual self is described as engaging <I>action</I>, <I>hope</I>,
and <I>connection</I> to self, others, and/or the universe.
\DAT 31-05-05
\DAV 20050531
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1961/62) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=00224197
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=00224197
\DAT 18-01-10
\DAV 20100118
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1961) - .... (uitgezonderd de laatste 4 jaar)
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=00224197
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=00224197
\ISP
Connection, Action, and Hope : an Invitation to reclaim the Spiritual in Health
Care. - Boston : Springer US, 2007
In: Journal of Religion and Health = ISSN 00224197: vol. 46 (2007), afl. 3, pag.
423-436.
mwills@mail.fairfield.edu. - (c) Blanton-Peale Institute, 2007.
INHOUD
The complex process of health has, until recently, been understood devoid of a s
piritual component. The present article offers a model of health inclusive of sp
irituality with implications for the health communication field. Amending the as
sumptive non-relevance of spirituality to individual health, a growing body of s
cholarship in various disciplines recognizes the ways in which spirituality conn
ects to overall wellness. As a whole, this literature equates spirituality with
seeking, striving, and forward movement. Given the potential for health communic
ation scholars to make significant contributions at the forefront of this resear
ch, this article proposes a dynamic model of health inclusive not only of the ph
ysical and mental, but of the spiritual as well. Recognizing its centrality to w
ellbeing, the model locates the <I>spiritual</I> self at the center. Specificall
y, the spiritual self is described as engaging <I>action</I>, <I>hope</I>, and <
I>connection</I> to self, others, and/or the universe.
\END
\PPN 679889728
\TTT Cognitive, Affective, and Physiological Expressions of Anxiety Symptomatolo
gy Among Mexican Migrant Farmworkers : Predictors and Generational Differences
\TTL Cognitive, Affective, and Physiological Expressions of Anxiety Symptomatolo
gy Among Mexican Migrant Farmworkers : Predictors and Generational Differences
\TTZ Cognitive, Affective, and Physiological Expressions of Anxiety Symptomatolo
gy Among Mexican Migrant Farmworkers : Predictors and Generational Differences
\JVU 2002
\JVP 2002
\AUT Hovey, Joseph D.
\AUT Magaa, Cristina G.
\COR Program for the Study of Immigration and Mental Health, Department of Psych
ology, The University of Toledo, Toledo, OH 43606
\COR Program for the Study of Immigration and Mental Health, Department of Psych
ology, University of Toledo
\IMP New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\ANN (c) Human Sciences Press, Inc.
\BRO In: Community Mental Health Journal = ISSN 0010-3853: vol. 38 (2002), afl.
3, pag. 223-237 (15).
\BCL scheikunde
\TRW (TRF) anxiety; (TRF) migrant farmworker; (TRF) acculturative stress; (TRF)
prevention; (TRF) social support
\ABS Scant research has examined the mental health of migrant farmworkers in the
United States. The purposes of the present study were threefold: to assess the
prevalence levels of anxiety symptoms in a sample of Mexican migrant farmworkers
in the Midwest United States; to examine the relationship between acculturative
stress and anxiety; and to determine the variables that significantly predict a
nxiety. High levels were found for overall anxiety and in the cognitive, affecti
ve, and physiological expressions of anxiety. Elevated acculturative stress, low
self esteem, ineffective social support, lack of control and choice in the deci
sion to live a migrant farmworker lifestyle, low religiosity, and high education
were significantly related to high anxiety levels. The overall findings suggest
that Mexican migrant farmworkers who experience high acculturative stress may b
e at risk for developing anxiety-related disorders. The findings highlight the n
ecessity of establishing prevention and treatment services for migrant farmworke
rs that increase levels of emotional support, self esteem, and coping skills
\DAT 17-02-05
\DAV 20050217
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1965) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=0010-3853
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0010-3853
\ISP
Cognitive, Affective, and Physiological Expressions of Anxiety Symptomatology Am
ong Mexican Migrant Farmworkers : Predictors and Generational Differences. - New
York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002
In: Community Mental Health Journal = ISSN 0010-3853: vol. 38 (2002), afl. 3, pa
g. 223-237 (15).
(c) Human Sciences Press, Inc.
INHOUD
Scant research has examined the mental health of migrant farmworkers in the Unit
ed States. The purposes of the present study were threefold: to assess the preva
lence levels of anxiety symptoms in a sample of Mexican migrant farmworkers in t
he Midwest United States; to examine the relationship between acculturative stre
ss and anxiety; and to determine the variables that significantly predict anxiet
y. High levels were found for overall anxiety and in the cognitive, affective, a
nd physiological expressions of anxiety. Elevated acculturative stress, low self
esteem, ineffective social support, lack of control and choice in the decision
to live a migrant farmworker lifestyle, low religiosity, and high education were
significantly related to high anxiety levels. The overall findings suggest that
Mexican migrant farmworkers who experience high acculturative stress may be at
risk for developing anxiety-related disorders. The findings highlight the necess
ity of establishing prevention and treatment services for migrant farmworkers th
at increase levels of emotional support, self esteem, and coping skills
\END
\PPN 668492155
\TTT Utilizing Religious Schemas to Cope with Mental Illness
\TTL Utilizing Religious Schemas to Cope with Mental Illness
\TTZ Utilizing Religious Schemas to Cope with Mental Illness
\JVU 2001
\JVP 2001
\AUT Taylor, Nicole M
\IMP New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\ANN Copyright: Blanton-Peale Institute.
\BRO In: Journal of Religion and Health = ISSN 0022-4197: vol. 40 (2001), afl. 3
, pag. 383-388 (6).
\BCL scheikunde
\TRW (TRF) religious coping; (TRF) mental illness; (TRF) religiosity; (TRF) copi
ng
\ABS Recent Gallup Polls suggest that 96% of Americans polled believe in God or
a universal supreme being (Gallup, 1995). In addition, large percentages of Amer
icans polled report that they pray or believe in miracles. It appears then that
religious belief might be a useful coping strategy for those experiencing signif
icant distress or illness. Although much of the research regarding religious cop
ing and illness has focused on physical illness, it seems likely that religious
coping would also be useful to those who are experiencing a mental illness. Exis
ting data regarding the use of religious coping and mental illness is discussed,
and Daniel McIntosh's theory of religion as a cognitive schema is applied to th
ose suffering severe mental illness
\DAT 31-05-05
\DAV 20050531
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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\DAT 18-01-10
\DAV 20100118
\SIG Elektronisch document
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\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=00224197
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=00224197
\DAT 22-05-96
\DAV 19960522
\SIG Tz c 26935
\EXU f
\BEZ vol. 1 (1961/62) [inc.] ; vol. 2 (1962/63) - vol. 5 (1966); vol. 6 (1967) [
inc.] ; vol. 7 (1968) - vol. 23 (1984); vol. 36 (1997) - vol. 42 (2003)
\EXA cn Tz c 24358 + cn Ps.In 6502.
\ISP
Utilizing Religious Schemas to Cope with Mental Illness. - New York, U.S.A : Klu
wer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2001
In: Journal of Religion and Health = ISSN 0022-4197: vol. 40 (2001), afl. 3, pag
. 383-388 (6).
Copyright: Blanton-Peale Institute.
INHOUD
Recent Gallup Polls suggest that 96% of Americans polled believe in God or a uni
versal supreme being (Gallup, 1995). In addition, large percentages of Americans
polled report that they pray or believe in miracles. It appears then that relig
ious belief might be a useful coping strategy for those experiencing significant
distress or illness. Although much of the research regarding religious coping a
nd illness has focused on physical illness, it seems likely that religious copin
g would also be useful to those who are experiencing a mental illness. Existing
data regarding the use of religious coping and mental illness is discussed, and
Daniel McIntosh's theory of religion as a cognitive schema is applied to those s
uffering severe mental illness
\END
\PPN 716151812
\TTT A comparison of the phenomenology and treatment of youths and adults with b
ipolar I disorder in a state mental health system
\TTL A comparison of the phenomenology and treatment of youths and adults with b
ipolar I disorder in a state mental health system
\TTZ A comparison of the phenomenology and treatment of youths and adults with b
ipolar I disorder in a state mental health system
\JVU 2004
\JVP 2004
\AUT Jerrell, Jeanette M.
\AUT Shugart, Margaret A.
\COR Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science, University of South C
arolina School of Medicine, 3555 Harden Street Ext., CEB 104A,, Columbia, SC, US
A
\ANN Received 24-09-2002 ; Accepted 08-01-2003.
\ANN Copyright (c) 2003 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved..
\ANN Full length article.
\ANN Research report.
\BRO In: Journal of Affective Disorders = ISSN 0165-0327: vol. 80 (2004), afl. 1
(05), pag. 29-35.
\BCL geneeskunde
\TRW (TRF) Bipolar I Disorder ; Child/adolescent ; Adults ; Symptoms
\ABS Background: Presenting symptoms of and treatments used for child/adolescent
and adult patients diagnosed with bipolar I disorder in a state mental health s
ystem are described and compared. Methods: Medical records were reviewed for 267
cases of bipolar I disorder reported in the statewide patient information syste
m. Results: The child/adolescent patients were significantly more likely to have
irritability documented, be treated with stimulant medications, and meet the cr
iteria for major depression while adults were significantly more likely to have
a broader array of documented symptoms: euphoria, fatigue, trouble concentrating
, and hyper-religiosity. Suicidality (thoughts and gestures) was higher in both
age groups than previously reported in the clinical literature. No difference wa
s evident in the mood-related pharmacotherapy. Child/adolescent cases were seen
more often for re-evaluations, medication visits, and individual and family ther
apy sessions, whereas adult cases were more likely to receive case management se
rvices and less-frequent medication monitoring visits. Conclusions: Youths with
bipolar I disorder were more likely to present with irritability and depressive
symptoms, and be treated with stimulants and a range of therapeutic intervention
s, whereas adults with more broadly documented symptoms were receiving minimal t
reatment services.
\DAT 15-11-01
\DAV 20011115
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1979) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=01650327
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=01650327
\ISP
A comparison of the phenomenology and treatment of youths and adults with bipola
r I disorder in a state mental health system. - 2004
In: Journal of Affective Disorders = ISSN 0165-0327: vol. 80 (2004), afl. 1 (05)
, pag. 29-35.
Received 24-09-2002 ; Accepted 08-01-2003. - Copyright (c) 2003 Elsevier B.V. Al
l rights reserved.. - Full length article. - Research report.
INHOUD
Background: Presenting symptoms of and treatments used for child/adolescent and
adult patients diagnosed with bipolar I disorder in a state mental health system
are described and compared. Methods: Medical records were reviewed for 267 case
s of bipolar I disorder reported in the statewide patient information system. Re
sults: The child/adolescent patients were significantly more likely to have irri
tability documented, be treated with stimulant medications, and meet the criteri
a for major depression while adults were significantly more likely to have a bro
ader array of documented symptoms: euphoria, fatigue, trouble concentrating, and
hyper-religiosity. Suicidality (thoughts and gestures) was higher in both age g
roups than previously reported in the clinical literature. No difference was evi
dent in the mood-related pharmacotherapy. Child/adolescent cases were seen more
often for re-evaluations, medication visits, and individual and family therapy s
essions, whereas adult cases were more likely to receive case management service
s and less-frequent medication monitoring visits. Conclusions: Youths with bipol
ar I disorder were more likely to present with irritability and depressive sympt
oms, and be treated with stimulants and a range of therapeutic interventions, wh
ereas adults with more broadly documented symptoms were receiving minimal treatm
ent services.
\END
\PPN 356771512
\TCT text (rdacontent)
\TMM computer (rdamedia)
\TCR online resource (rdacarrier)
\TTT A positive psychology perspective on quality of life / Anastasia Efklides,
Despina Moraitou, editors
\TTL A positive psychology perspective on quality of life
\TTZ A positive psychology perspective on quality of life
\JVU cop. 2013
\JVP 2013
\AUT Efklides, Anastasia
\AUT Moraitou, Despina
\IMP Dordrecht ; New York : Springer
\UIT Springer
\PAG 1 online resource.
\RKS Social indicators research series, ISSN 1387-6570 ; v.51
\ANN Includes index.
\ANN Part 1.Quality of life, well-being, and positive psychology --Hierarchical
Needs, Income Comparisons, and Happiness Levels /Stavros A. Drakopoulos --Goals
and Plans: Their Relationship to Well-Being /Andrew MacLeod --Living in Accordan
ce with One's Implicit Motives: Cross-Cultural Evidence for Beneficial Effects o
f Motive-Goal Congruence and Motive Satisfaction /Jan Hofer and Holger Busch --P
ositive Psychology and Subjective Well-Being Homeostasis: A Critical Examination
of Congruence /Robert A. Cummins --Life Satisfaction in Adults: The Effect of R
eligiosity, Worry, and Perceived Physical Health State /Maria Platsidou --Altrui
sm and Health: Theoretical Perspectives /Carolyn E. Schwartz, Brian R. Quaranto
and Kurt Gray --Marital Quality and Well-Being: The Role of Gender, Marital Dura
tion, Social Support and Cultural Context /Eleni Pateraki and Pagona Roussi --In
troduction: Looking at Quality of Life and Well-Being from a Positive Psychology
Perspective /Anastasia Efklides and Despina Moraitou..
\ANN Part 2.Positive psychology and human strengths --The Role of Dispositional
Optimism in Physical and Mental Well-Being /Nathaly Rius-Ottenheim, Roos C. van
der Mast, Frans G. Zitman and Erik J. Giltay --The Relation of Optimism to Cardi
ac Patients' Subjective Health Through Illness Representations: Does the Level o
f Optimism Matter? /Evangelos C. Karademas, Elvisa-Foteini Frokkai, Evangelia Ts
otra and Rania Papazachariou --Wise Thinking, Hopeful Thinking, and Positive Agi
ng: Reciprocal Relations of Wisdom, Hope, Memory, and Affect in Young, Middle-Ag
ed, and Older Adults /Despina Moraitou and Anastasia Efklides --Dispositional Ho
pe and Action-State Orientation: Their Role in Self-Regulated Learning /Georgia
Papantoniou, Despina Moraitou, Magda Dinou and Effie Katsadima --One Ingredient
in the Mix: Interest and Psychological Well-Being /Mary Ainley --From Burnout to
Engagement During Transition from School to Work /Katariina Salmela-Aro --A Com
parative Study of Resilience in Greece and Cyprus: The Effects of Negative Life
Events, Self-Efficacy, and Social Support on Mental Health /Sophie Leontopoulou.
.
\ISB 94-007-4963-5 (electronic bk)
\ISB 978-94-007-4963-4 (electronic bk)
\IBF 978-94-007-4962-7
\BCL 70.00 sociale wetenschappen: algemeen
\TRW (LCS) Quality of life; (LCS) Positive psychology
\ISP
A positive psychology perspective on quality of life / Anastasia Efklides, Despi
na Moraitou, editors. - Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, cop. 2013. - 1 online r
esource. - (Social indicators research series, ISSN 1387-6570 ; v.51)
Includes index. - Part 1.Quality of life, well-being, and positive psychology --
Hierarchical Needs, Income Comparisons, and Happiness Levels /Stavros A. Drakopo
ulos --Goals and Plans: Their Relationship to Well-Being /Andrew MacLeod --Livin
g in Accordance with One's Implicit Motives: Cross-Cultural Evidence for Benefic
ial Effects of Motive-Goal Congruence and Motive Satisfaction /Jan Hofer and Hol
ger Busch --Positive Psychology and Subjective Well-Being Homeostasis: A Critica
l Examination of Congruence /Robert A. Cummins --Life Satisfaction in Adults: Th
e Effect of Religiosity, Worry, and Perceived Physical Health State /Maria Plats
idou --Altruism and Health: Theoretical Perspectives /Carolyn E. Schwartz, Brian
R. Quaranto and Kurt Gray --Marital Quality and Well-Being: The Role of Gender,
Marital Duration, Social Support and Cultural Context /Eleni Pateraki and Pagon
a Roussi --Introduction: Looking at Quality of Life and Well-Being from a Positi
ve Psychology Perspective /Anastasia Efklides and Despina Moraitou.. - Part 2.Po
sitive psychology and human strengths --The Role of Dispositional Optimism in Ph
ysical and Mental Well-Being /Nathaly Rius-Ottenheim, Roos C. van der Mast, Fran
s G. Zitman and Erik J. Giltay --The Relation of Optimism to Cardiac Patients' S
ubjective Health Through Illness Representations: Does the Level of Optimism Mat
ter? /Evangelos C. Karademas, Elvisa-Foteini Frokkai, Evangelia Tsotra and Rania
Papazachariou --Wise Thinking, Hopeful Thinking, and Positive Aging: Reciprocal
Relations of Wisdom, Hope, Memory, and Affect in Young, Middle-Aged, and Older
Adults /Despina Moraitou and Anastasia Efklides --Dispositional Hope and Action-
State Orientation: Their Role in Self-Regulated Learning /Georgia Papantoniou, D
espina Moraitou, Magda Dinou and Effie Katsadima --One Ingredient in the Mix: In
terest and Psychological Well-Being /Mary Ainley --From Burnout to Engagement Du
ring Transition from School to Work /Katariina Salmela-Aro --A Comparative Study
of Resilience in Greece and Cyprus: The Effects of Negative Life Events, Self-E
fficacy, and Social Support on Mental Health /Sophie Leontopoulou..
ISBN 94-007-4963-5 (electronic bk)
ISBN 978-94-007-4963-4 (electronic bk)
Algemene typering: text; computer; online resource
\END
\PPN 712807020
\TTT Risk and Resiliency Factors Influencing Suicidality Among Urban African Ame
rican and Latino Youth
\TTL Risk and Resiliency Factors Influencing Suicidality Among Urban African Ame
rican and Latino Youth
\TTZ Risk and Resiliency Factors Influencing Suicidality Among Urban African Ame
rican and Latino Youth
\JVU 2004
\JVP 2004
\AUT O'Donnell, Lydia
\AUT O'Donnell, Carl
\AUT Wardlaw, Dana Meritt
\AUT Stueve, Ann
\COR Education Development Center, Inc., Newton, Massachusetts;
\IMP New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\ANN (c) Plenum Publishing Corporation.
\BRO In: American Journal of Community Psychology = ISSN 0091-0562: vol. 33 (200
4), afl. 1, pag. 37-49 (13).
\BCL geschiedenis
\TRW (TRF) suicide; (TRF) adolescence; (TRF) minority health; (TRF) mental healt
h; (TRF) depression
\ABS For decades, suicide rates among minority African American and Latino young
people have been stable and, when compared with Whites, relatively low. This is
no longer the case, underscoring the need for documenting and understanding the
problem of suicidality in this population. We report on the prevalence and pred
ictors of suicidality among 879 urban adolescents in the Reach for Health study.
All youth resided in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods; 69% were African
American, 16% Latino, and 15% reported mixed or other ethnicity. In the past ye
ar, 15% had seriously considered suicide; 13% had made a suicide plan, 11% had a
ttempted suicide at least once, and 4% reported multiple attempts. Risk factors
significantly related to suicidal ideation are being female, having basic needs
unmet, engaging in same-gender sex, and depression. Resiliency factors include f
amily closeness and, marginally, religiosity. Risk factors related to reports of
suicide attempts are being female, being Hispanic, and depression; family close
ness is strong resiliency factor. Family composition, ethnic identity, coping st
yle, peer support, and school attachment are not significant correlates of suici
dal ideation or attempts
\DAT 01-02-05
\DAV 20050201
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1973) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=0091-0562
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0091-0562
\ISP
Risk and Resiliency Factors Influencing Suicidality Among Urban African American
and Latino Youth. - New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2004
In: American Journal of Community Psychology = ISSN 0091-0562: vol. 33 (2004), a
fl. 1, pag. 37-49 (13).
(c) Plenum Publishing Corporation.
INHOUD
For decades, suicide rates among minority African American and Latino young peop
le have been stable and, when compared with Whites, relatively low. This is no l
onger the case, underscoring the need for documenting and understanding the prob
lem of suicidality in this population. We report on the prevalence and predictor
s of suicidality among 879 urban adolescents in the Reach for Health study. All
youth resided in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods; 69% were African Amer
ican, 16% Latino, and 15% reported mixed or other ethnicity. In the past year, 1
5% had seriously considered suicide; 13% had made a suicide plan, 11% had attemp
ted suicide at least once, and 4% reported multiple attempts. Risk factors signi
ficantly related to suicidal ideation are being female, having basic needs unmet
, engaging in same-gender sex, and depression. Resiliency factors include family
closeness and, marginally, religiosity. Risk factors related to reports of suic
ide attempts are being female, being Hispanic, and depression; family closeness
is strong resiliency factor. Family composition, ethnic identity, coping style,
peer support, and school attachment are not significant correlates of suicidal i
deation or attempts
\END
\PPN 658668099
\TTT Special Articles - Religiosity and Ethnicity - Advances in the Measurement
of Religiosity Among Older African Americans: Implications for Health and Mental
Health Researchers
\TTL Special Articles - Religiosity and Ethnicity - Advances in the Measurement
of Religiosity Among Older African Americans: Implications for Health and Mental
Health Researchers
\TTZ Special Articles - Religiosity and Ethnicity - Advances in the Measurement
of Religiosity Among Older African Americans: Implications for Health and Mental
Health Researchers
\JVU 2001
\JVP 2001
\AUT Chatters, Linda M.
\AUT Taylor, Robert Joseph
\AUT Lincoln, Karen D.
\BRO In: Journal of mental health and aging, ISSN 1078-4470: vol. 7 (2001), afl.
1, pag. 181.
\ISP
Special Articles - Religiosity and Ethnicity - Advances in the Measurement of Re
ligiosity Among Older African Americans: Implications for Health and Mental Heal
th Researchers. - 2001
In: Journal of mental health and aging, ISSN 1078-4470: vol. 7 (2001), afl. 1, p
ag. 181.
\END
\PPN 326314830
\TCT text (rdacontent)
\TMM computer (rdamedia)
\TCR online resource (rdacarrier)
\TTT Research in the social scientific study of religion
\TTT Volume 20 / edited by Ralph L. Piedmont and Andrew Village
\TTL Research in the social scientific study of religion
\TTL Volume 20
\TTZ Research in the social scientific study of religion
\TTZ Volume 20
\JVU 2009
\JVP 2009
\AUT Piedmont, Ralph L.
\AUT Village, Andrew
\IMP Leiden, NL : Brill
\UIT Brill
\PAG 1 online resource (xiv, 332 p.). : ill.
\RKS Research in the social scientific study of religion ; v. 20
\ANN Description based on print version record.
\ANN Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
\ANN Couples viewing marriage and pregnancy through the lens of the sacred : a d
escriptive study /Annette Mahoney, Kenneth I. Pargament, and Alfred DeMaris --Co
ntemporary conversions : compensatory needs or self-growth motives? /Coralie Bux
ant, Vassilis Saroglou, and Jacques Scheuer --Alternative spiritualities : diffe
rent personalities? an enquiry concerning paranormal beliefs and traditional rel
igiosity /Leslie J. Francis and Emyr Williams --Spiritual and psychological heal
th of Malaysian youths /Syed S. Imam, Abi S. Nurullah, Pute R. Makol-Abdul --Cul
tural psychology of religion : profile of an interdisciplinary approach /Jacob A
. Belzen --Theutility of the assessment of spirituality and religious sentiments
(ASPIRES) scale with Christians and Buddists in Sri Lanka /Ralph L. Piedmont, M
ary Beth Werdel, and Mario Fernando --Introduction to special section : Islam an
d mental health : fertile ground for research /Mark M. Leach --Post-critical bel
iefs in Iran : predicting religious and psychological functioning /Nima Ghorbani
, P.J. Watson, Kadijeh Shamohammadi, and Christopher J.L. Cunningham --Family pr
ivacy as protection : a qualitative pilot study of mental illness in Arab-Americ
an Muslim women /Dena Hassouneh and Anahid Kulwicki --Pakistani Muslims dealing
with cancer : relationships with religious orientation, and psychological distre
ss /Ziasma Haneef Khan, Saabera Sultana, and P.J. Watson --Thesignificance of Is
lam for coping with loss and bereavement : Palestinian children killed in Israel
/Nader Shhadi, Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia, and Zvi Bekerman --Theimpact of the expli
cit integration of Islam in counseling : implications for interpersonal relation
ship development theory /Paul E. Priester and Asma Jana-Masri --Attitudes toward
seeking professional psychological help scale in Egypt : its factor structure a
nd relationship to Islamic beliefs and behaviors /Mark M. Leach, Asma Jana-Masri
, and Paul E. Priester --Using feminist psychotherapy with Muslim women /Saba Ra
sheed Ali..
\ISB 90-474-2906-0 (electronic bk.)
\ISB 978-90-474-2906-7 (electronic bk.)
\TRW (LCS) Religion and sociology; (LCS) Religion; (LCS) Social sciences; (LCS)
Electronic books
\ISP
Research in the social scientific study of religion. - Leiden, NL : Brill, 2009.
- 1 online resource (xiv, 332 p.). : ill. - (Research in the social scientific
study of religion ; v. 20)
Description based on print version record. - Couples viewing marriage and pregna
ncy through the lens of the sacred : a descriptive study /Annette Mahoney, Kenne
th I. Pargament, and Alfred DeMaris --Contemporary conversions : compensatory ne
eds or self-growth motives? /Coralie Buxant, Vassilis Saroglou, and Jacques Sche
uer --Alternative spiritualities : different personalities? an enquiry concernin
g paranormal beliefs and traditional religiosity /Leslie J. Francis and Emyr Wil
liams --Spiritual and psychological health of Malaysian youths /Syed S. Imam, Ab
i S. Nurullah, Pute R. Makol-Abdul --Cultural psychology of religion : profile o
f an interdisciplinary approach /Jacob A. Belzen --Theutility of the assessment
of spirituality and religious sentiments (ASPIRES) scale with Christians and Bud
dists in Sri Lanka /Ralph L. Piedmont, Mary Beth Werdel, and Mario Fernando --In
troduction to special section : Islam and mental health : fertile ground for res
earch /Mark M. Leach --Post-critical beliefs in Iran : predicting religious and
psychological functioning /Nima Ghorbani, P.J. Watson, Kadijeh Shamohammadi, and
Christopher J.L. Cunningham --Family privacy as protection : a qualitative pilo
t study of mental illness in Arab-American Muslim women /Dena Hassouneh and Anah
id Kulwicki --Pakistani Muslims dealing with cancer : relationships with religio
us orientation, and psychological distress /Ziasma Haneef Khan, Saabera Sultana,
and P.J. Watson --Thesignificance of Islam for coping with loss and bereavement
: Palestinian children killed in Israel /Nader Shhadi, Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia, a
nd Zvi Bekerman --Theimpact of the explicit integration of Islam in counseling :
implications for interpersonal relationship development theory /Paul E. Prieste
r and Asma Jana-Masri --Attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help
scale in Egypt : its factor structure and relationship to Islamic beliefs and b
ehaviors /Mark M. Leach, Asma Jana-Masri, and Paul E. Priester --Using feminist
psychotherapy with Muslim women /Saba Rasheed Ali.. - Includes bibliographical r
eferences and indexes.
ISBN 90-474-2906-0 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 978-90-474-2906-7 (electronic bk.)
Volume 20 / edited by Ralph L. Piedmont and Andrew Village.
Algemene typering: text; computer; online resource
\END
\PPN 611307553
\TTT Rationality and the "Religious Mind"
\TTL Rationality and the "Religious Mind"
\TTZ Rationality and the "Religious Mind"
\JVU 1998
\JVP 1998
\AUT Iannaccone, Laurence
\AUT Stark, Rodney
\AUT Finke, Roger
\BRO In: Economic inquiry : journal of the Western Economic Association, ISSN 00
95-2583: vol. 36 (1998), afl. 3, pag. 373-389 (17).
\BCL economie
\DAT 02-09-08
\DAV 20080902
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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n=00952583
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=00952583
\ISP
Rationality and the "Religious Mind". - 1998
In: Economic inquiry : journal of the Western Economic Association, ISSN 0095-25
83: vol. 36 (1998), afl. 3, pag. 373-389 (17).
\END
\PPN 925162922
\TTT Is Religiosity Associated with Corporal Punishment or Child Abuse? This man
uscript looks at the religiousness of parents and whether their beliefs result i
n corporal punishment and-or physical abuse of their children. Qualitative and e
mpiric literature on the subject is reviewed, as well as Biblical passages that
are used to support beliefs in corporal punishment. Differences in Christian bel
iefs are compared. There is a brief discussion of religion-associated abuse and
how it may affect the religiosity of children, and subsequently the mental healt
h of these children after they become adults. Religion as a protective factor in
family violence is also discussed.
\TTL Is Religiosity Associated with Corporal Punishment or Child Abuse? This man
uscript looks at the religiousness of parents and whether their beliefs result i
n corporal punishment and-or physical abuse of their children. Qualitative and e
mpiric literature on the subject is reviewed, as well as Biblical passages that
are used to support beliefs in corporal punishment. Differences in Christian bel
iefs are compared. There is a brief discussion of religion-associated abuse and
how it may affect the religiosity of children, and subsequently the mental healt
h of these children after they become adults. Religion as a protective factor in
family violence is also discussed.
\TTZ Is Religiosity Associated with Corporal Punishment or Child Abuse? This man
uscript looks at the religiousness of parents and whether their beliefs result i
n corporal punishment and-or physical abuse of their children. Qualitative and e
mpiric literature on the subject is reviewed, as well as Biblical passages that
are used to support beliefs in corporal punishment. Differences in Christian bel
iefs are compared. There is a brief discussion of religion-associated abuse and
how it may affect the religiosity of children, and subsequently the mental healt
h of these children after they become adults. Religion as a protective factor in
family violence is also discussed.
\JVU 2008
\JVP 2008
\AUT Socolar, Rebecca
\AUT Cabinum-Foeller, Elaine
\AUT Sinal, Sara H.
\BRO In: Southern medical journal : journal of the Southern Medical Association,
ISSN 0038-4348: vol. 101 (2008), afl. 7, pag. 707-710 (4).
\BCL geneeskunde
\DAT 07-01-04
\DAV 20040107
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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n=0038-4348
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0038-4348
\ISP
Is Religiosity Associated with Corporal Punishment or Child Abuse? This manuscri
pt looks at the religiousness of parents and whether their beliefs result in cor
poral punishment and-or physical abuse of their children. Qualitative and empiri
c literature on the subject is reviewed, as well as Biblical passages that are u
sed to support beliefs in corporal punishment. Differences in Christian beliefs
are compared. There is a brief discussion of religion-associated abuse and how i
t may affect the religiosity of children, and subsequently the mental health of
these children after they become adults. Religion as a protective factor in fami
ly violence is also discussed.. - 2008
In: Southern medical journal : journal of the Southern Medical Association, ISSN
0038-4348: vol. 101 (2008), afl. 7, pag. 707-710 (4).
\END
\PPN 634761013
\TTT Religiosity and Mental Health
\TTL Religiosity and Mental Health
\TTZ Religiosity and Mental Health
\JVU 1999
\JVP 1999
\AUT Roman, Raquel E.
\AUT Lester, David
\BRO In: Psychological reports, ISSN 0033-2941: vol. 85 (1999), afl. 3, pag. 108
8 (1).
\BCL psychologie
\DAT 19-05-11
\DAV 20110519
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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n=0033-2941
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\DAT 05-03-97
\DAV 19970305
\SIG Tz c 29670
\EXU f
\JOU A.130.076
\BEZ vol. 80 (1997) - vol. 107 (2010)
\EXA cn Ps.In 7393.
\ISP
Religiosity and Mental Health. - 1999
In: Psychological reports, ISSN 0033-2941: vol. 85 (1999), afl. 3, pag. 1088 (1)
.
\END
\PPN 707729475
\TTT Counterfactual Cognitive Operations in Dreams
\TTL Counterfactual Cognitive Operations in Dreams
\TTZ Counterfactual Cognitive Operations in Dreams
\JVU 2002
\JVP 2002
\AUT McNamara, Patrick
\AUT Andresen, Jensine
\AUT Arrowood, Joshua
\AUT Messer, Glen
\COR Department of Neurology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston, MA;
\COR Program in Science and Religion, Boston University School of Theology, Bost
on, MA;
\COR Boston University School of Theology, Boston, MA
\IMP New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\UIT Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
\ANN (c) Association for the Study of Dreams.
\BRO In: Dreaming = ISSN 1053-0797: vol. 12 (2002), afl. 3, pag. 121-133 (13).
\BCL psychologie
\TRW (TRF) dreams; (TRF) counterfactuals; (TRF) mental simulations; (TRF) norm t
heory; (TRF) right frontal cortex
\ABS We hypothesized that counterfactual (CF) thought occurs in dreams and that
cognitive operations in dreams function to identify a norm violation or novel ou
tcome (recorded in episodic memory) and then to integrate this new content into
memory by generating counterfactuals to the violation. In study 1 we compared co
unterfactual content in 50 dream reports, 50 pain memory reports and 50 pleasant
memory reports (equated for word length) and found a significantly greater numb
er of CFs in dream and in pain memory reports relative to pleasant memory report
s. In study 2 we used a more liberal method for scoring CF content and analyzed
34 dream reports obtained from elderly individuals engaged in an ongoing study o
f neuropsychologic, health and religiosity variables. Study 2 also examined neur
opsychologic associations to CF content variables. In the elderly sample and wit
h our more liberal scoring procedures we found that norm violations along with c
ounterfactual-like attempts to correct the violations occurred in 97% of reports
. In 47% of these cases (roughly half of all reports), attempts to undo the viol
ation obeyed at least one constraint on mutability typically observed in laborat
ory studies of CF processing. Cognitive operations associated with attempts to u
ndo the norm violation (e.g. transforming focal actors or the most recent causal
antecedent of the violation) were significantly correlated with measures of rig
ht frontal function. We conclude that dreaming may involve a process of learning
from novel outcomes (particularly negative outcomes) by simulating alternative
ways of handling these outcomes through counterfactual cognitive processes
\DAT 25-11-04
\DAV 20041125
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 8 (1998) - ....
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=10530797
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\DAT 05-04-06
\DAV 20060405
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 8 (1998) [inc.] ; vol. 9 (1999) - vol. 13 (2003)
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://www.springerlink.com/link.asp?id=104853
\URL http://www.springerlink.com/link.asp?id=104853
\ISP
Counterfactual Cognitive Operations in Dreams. - New York, U.S.A : Kluwer Academ
ic/Plenum Publishers, 2002
In: Dreaming = ISSN 1053-0797: vol. 12 (2002), afl. 3, pag. 121-133 (13).
(c) Association for the Study of Dreams.
INHOUD
We hypothesized that counterfactual (CF) thought occurs in dreams and that cogni
tive operations in dreams function to identify a norm violation or novel outcome
(recorded in episodic memory) and then to integrate this new content into memor
y by generating counterfactuals to the violation. In study 1 we compared counter
factual content in 50 dream reports, 50 pain memory reports and 50 pleasant memo
ry reports (equated for word length) and found a significantly greater number of
CFs in dream and in pain memory reports relative to pleasant memory reports. In
study 2 we used a more liberal method for scoring CF content and analyzed 34 dr
eam reports obtained from elderly individuals engaged in an ongoing study of neu
ropsychologic, health and religiosity variables. Study 2 also examined neuropsyc
hologic associations to CF content variables. In the elderly sample and with our
more liberal scoring procedures we found that norm violations along with counte
rfactual-like attempts to correct the violations occurred in 97% of reports. In
47% of these cases (roughly half of all reports), attempts to undo the violation
obeyed at least one constraint on mutability typically observed in laboratory s
tudies of CF processing. Cognitive operations associated with attempts to undo t
he norm violation (e.g. transforming focal actors or the most recent causal ante
cedent of the violation) were significantly correlated with measures of right fr
ontal function. We conclude that dreaming may involve a process of learning from
novel outcomes (particularly negative outcomes) by simulating alternative ways
of handling these outcomes through counterfactual cognitive processes
\END
\PPN 979452082
\TTT Religion and Self : Notions from a Cultural Psychological Perspective
\TTL Religion and Self : Notions from a Cultural Psychological Perspective
\TTZ Religion and Self : Notions from a Cultural Psychological Perspective
\JVU 2010
\JVP 2010
\AUT Belzen, Jacob A.
\COR University of Amsterdam, Oude Turfmarkt 147Amsterdam, The Netherlands
\IMP Boston : Springer US
\UIT Springer US
\ANN belzen@hum.uva.nl.
\ANN (c) The Author(s), 2009.
\BRO In: Pastoral Psychology = ISSN 00312789: vol. 59 (2010), afl. 4, pag. 399-4
09.
\BCL theologie, godsdienstwetenschap
\TRW (TRF) Cultural psychology ; Self ; Mental health
\ABS After a brief introduction of a cultural psychological perspective, this pa
per turns to the concept of self. The paper proposes to conceive of that reality
to which the concepts of self refer as a narrative, employing especially autobi
ographies and other ego-documents in empirical exploration. After discussing som
e psychological theories about self, the paper points out that they may well be
applied in research on personal religiosity.
\DAT 29-06-05
\DAV 20050629
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\EXU e
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\DAT 14-01-00
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\SIG Tz
\EXU f
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\BEZ vol. 51 (2002/03) - vol. 62 (2013)
\EXA c+cn Th.In 28793.
\ISP
Religion and Self : Notions from a Cultural Psychological Perspective. - Boston
: Springer US, 2010
In: Pastoral Psychology = ISSN 00312789: vol. 59 (2010), afl. 4, pag. 399-409.
belzen@hum.uva.nl. - (c) The Author(s), 2009.
INHOUD
After a brief introduction of a cultural psychological perspective, this paper t
urns to the concept of self. The paper proposes to conceive of that reality to w
hich the concepts of self refer as a narrative, employing especially autobiograp
hies and other ego-documents in empirical exploration. After discussing some psy
chological theories about self, the paper points out that they may well be appli
ed in research on personal religiosity.
\END
\PPN 1465878173
\TTT Dogmatism, religiosity and mental health in college students
\TTL Dogmatism, religiosity and mental health in college students
\TTZ Dogmatism, religiosity and mental health in college students
\JVU 1970
\JVP 1970
\AUT RICHEK, HERBERT G. (MSW)
\AUT MAYO, CLYDE D. (MS)
\AUT PURYEAR, HERBERT B. (PHD)
\BRO In: Mental hygiene, ISSN 0025-9683: vol. 54 (1970), afl. 4 (okt), pag. 572.
\BCL geneeskunde
\DAT 18-09-90
\DAV 19900918
\SIG Tz b 6392
\EXU f
\BEZ vol. 9 (1925); vol. 11 (1927); vol. 14 (1930); vol. 15, afl. 1 (1931); vol.
18 (1934) - vol. 22 (1938); vol. 24 (1940) - vol. 56 (1972)
\EXA cn Tz c 4278.
\ISP
Dogmatism, religiosity and mental health in college students. - 1970
In: Mental hygiene, ISSN 0025-9683: vol. 54 (1970), afl. 4 (okt), pag. 572.
\END
\PPN 70197348X
\TTT Religiosity and mental health in southern, community-dwelling older adults
\TTL Religiosity and mental health in southern, community-dwelling older adults
\TTZ Religiosity and mental health in southern, community-dwelling older adults
\JVU 2003
\JVP 2003
\AUT Parker, M.
\AUT Lee Roff, L.
\AUT Klemmack, D.L.
\AUT Koenig, H.G.
\AUT Baker, P.
\AUT Allman, R.M.
\BRO In: Aging & mental health, ISSN 1360-7863: vol. 7 (2003), afl. 5, pag. 390-
397 (8).
\BCL geneeskunde
\DAT 04-11-05
\DAV 20051104
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1997) - ....
\EXA cn T&F.
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=1360-7863
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=1360-7863
\ISP
Religiosity and mental health in southern, community-dwelling older adults. - 20
03
In: Aging & mental health, ISSN 1360-7863: vol. 7 (2003), afl. 5, pag. 390-397 (
8).
\END
\PPN 690532997
\TTT Religiosity and Mental Health: A Meta-Analysis of Recent Studies
\TTL Religiosity and Mental Health: A Meta-Analysis of Recent Studies
\TTZ Religiosity and Mental Health: A Meta-Analysis of Recent Studies
\JVU 2003
\JVP 2003
\AUT Hackney, C.H.
\AUT Sanders, G.S.
\BRO In: Journal for the scientific study of religion : official journal of the
Society for the Scientific study of Religion, ISSN 0021-8294: vol. 42 (2003), af
l. 1, pag. 43-56 (14).
\BCL theologie, godsdienstwetenschap
\DAT 16-06-04
\DAV 20040616
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 39 (2000) - ....
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n=0021-8294
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0021-8294
\DAT 15-12-05
\DAV 20051215
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=0021-8294
\DAT 05-04-00
\DAV 20000405
\SIG Tz
\EXU f
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\BEZ vol. 41 (2002) - vol. 48 (2009)
\EXA cn TBI Hum.
\ISP
Religiosity and Mental Health: A Meta-Analysis of Recent Studies. - 2003
In: Journal for the scientific study of religion : official journal of the Socie
ty for the Scientific study of Religion, ISSN 0021-8294: vol. 42 (2003), afl. 1,
pag. 43-56 (14).
\END
\PPN 508878187
\TTT Religiosity, Denomination, and Mental Health Among Young Men and Women
\TTL Religiosity, Denomination, and Mental Health Among Young Men and Women
\TTZ Religiosity, Denomination, and Mental Health Among Young Men and Women
\JVU 1993
\JVP 1993
\AUT Jensen, Larry C.
\AUT Jensen, Janet
\AUT Wiederhold, Terrie
\BRO In: Psychological reports, ISSN 0033-2941: vol. 72 (1993), afl. 3, pag. 115
7-1158 (2).
\BCL psychologie
\DAT 19-05-11
\DAV 20110519
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1955) - ....
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\DAT 13-02-97
\DAV 19970213
\SIG Tz c 10052
\EXU f
\JOU A.300.048
\BEZ vol. 1 (1955) - vol. 79 (1996)
\ISP
Religiosity, Denomination, and Mental Health Among Young Men and Women. - 1993
In: Psychological reports, ISSN 0033-2941: vol. 72 (1993), afl. 3, pag. 1157-115
8 (2).
\END
\PPN 226013723
\TCT tekst (rdacontent/dut)
\TMM zonder medium (rdamedia/dut)
\TCR band (rdacarrier/dut)
\TTT The measurement of religiosity and its relationship to mental health-impair
ment / May Elisabeth Lipsmeyer
\TTL The measurement of religiosity and its relationship to mental health-impair
ment
\TTZ The measurement of religiosity and its relationship to mental health-impair
ment
\JVU 1991
\JVP 1991
\AUT Lipsmeyer, Mary Elisabeth
\IMP Ann Arbor, Michigan : University Microfilms International
\UIT University Microfilms International
\PAG XI, 228 p. ; 22 cm
\RKS UMI dissertation information service
\ANN Dissertation Saint Louis University 1984.
\DAT 22-01-92
\DAV 19920122
\SIG TBI Hum
\JOU A.13830
\EPC 9/1324
\ISP
The measurement of religiosity and its relationship to mental health-impairment
/ May Elisabeth Lipsmeyer. - Ann Arbor, Michigan : University Microfilms Interna
tional, 1991. - XI, 228 p. ; 22 cm. - (UMI dissertation information service)
Dissertation Saint Louis University 1984.
Algemene typering: tekst; zonder medium; band
\END
\PPN 883398052
\TTT The relationship of religiosity to older adults mental health service use
\TTL The relationship of religiosity to older adults mental health service use
\TTZ The relationship of religiosity to older adults mental health service use
\JVU 2006
\JVP 2006
\AUT Pickard, J.G.
\BRO In: Aging & mental health, ISSN 1360-7863: vol. 10 (2006), afl. 3, pag. 290
-297 (8).
\BCL geneeskunde
\DAT 04-11-05
\DAV 20051104
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1997) - ....
\EXA cn T&F.
\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=1360-7863
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=1360-7863
\DAT 05-07-04
\DAV 20040705
\SIG Tz b 10054
\EXU f
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\BEZ vol. 8 (2004) - vol. 12 (2008)
\EXA cn Ps.In.B 9729.
\ISP
The relationship of religiosity to older adults mental health service use. - 200
6
In: Aging & mental health, ISSN 1360-7863: vol. 10 (2006), afl. 3, pag. 290-297
(8).
\END
\PPN 554590611
\TTT The empirical relationships between standardized measures of religiosity an
d personality-mental health
\TTL The empirical relationships between standardized measures of religiosity an
d personality-mental health
\TTZ The empirical relationships between standardized measures of religiosity an
d personality-mental health
\JVU 1996
\JVP 1996
\AUT Kaldestad, E.
\BRO In: The Scandinavian journal of psychology, ISSN 0036-5564: vol. 37 (1996),
afl. 2, pag. 205-220 (16).
\BCL psychologie
\DAT 31-10-05
\DAV 20051031
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 1 (1960) - ....
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n=00365564
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=00365564
\ISP
The empirical relationships between standardized measures of religiosity and per
sonality-mental health. - 1996
In: The Scandinavian journal of psychology, ISSN 0036-5564: vol. 37 (1996), afl.
2, pag. 205-220 (16).
\END
\PPN 747543380
\TTT A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENT RELIGIOSITY-SPIRITUALI
TY AND MENTAL HEALTH
\TTL A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENT RELIGIOSITY-SPIRITUALI
TY AND MENTAL HEALTH
\TTZ A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENT RELIGIOSITY-SPIRITUALI
TY AND MENTAL HEALTH
\JVU 2006
\JVP 2006
\AUT Wong, Y.
\AUT Rew, Lynn
\AUT Slaikeu, Kristina
\BRO In: Issues in mental health nursing, ISSN 0161-2840: vol. 27 (2006), afl. 2
, pag. 161-184 (24).
\BCL geneeskunde
\DAT 17-06-10
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\OLR #Full text#html =A http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&iss
n=01612840
\URL http://sfx.ubn.ru.nl/sfx_local/?sid=sfx:e_collection&issn=01612840
\ISP
A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF RECENT RESEARCH ON ADOLESCENT RELIGIOSITY-SPIRITUALITY AN
D MENTAL HEALTH. - 2006
In: Issues in mental health nursing, ISSN 0161-2840: vol. 27 (2006), afl. 2, pag
. 161-184 (24).
\END
\PPN 715421468
\TTT The Relationship between Sexual Assault, Religiosity, and Mental Health amo
ng Male Veterans
\TTL The Relationship between Sexual Assault, Religiosity, and Mental Health amo
ng Male Veterans
\TTZ The Relationship between Sexual Assault, Religiosity, and Mental Health amo
ng Male Veterans
\JVU 2003
\JVP 2003
\AUT Chang, Bei-Hung
\AUT Skinner, Katherine M.
\AUT Zhou, Chunmei
\AUT Kazis, Lewis E.
\BRO In: The international journal of psychiatry in medicine : psychosocial aspe
cts of patient care, ISSN 0091-2174: vol. 33 (2003), afl. 3, pag. 223-240 (18).
\BCL geneeskunde
\ISP
The Relationship between Sexual Assault, Religiosity, and Mental Health among Ma
le Veterans. - 2003
In: The international journal of psychiatry in medicine : psychosocial aspects o
f patient care, ISSN 0091-2174: vol. 33 (2003), afl. 3, pag. 223-240 (18).
\END
\PPN 573035008
\TTT Chronic and Predispositional Guilt: Relations to Mental Health Prosocial Be
havior and Religiosity
\TTL Chronic and Predispositional Guilt: Relations to Mental Health Prosocial Be
havior and Religiosity
\TTZ Chronic and Predispositional Guilt: Relations to Mental Health Prosocial Be
havior and Religiosity
\JVU 1997
\JVP 1997
\AUT Quiles, Zandra N.
\AUT Bybee, Jane
\BRO In: Journal of personality assessment, ISSN 0022-3891: vol. 69 (1997), afl.
1, pag. 104-126 (23).
\BCL psychologie
\DAT 26-01-09
\DAV 20090126
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
\BEZ vol. 39 (1975) - ....
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\DAT 18-10-10
\DAV 20101018
\SIG Elektronisch document
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\BEZ (1975) - .... (uitgezonderd laatste 1,5 jaar)
\EXA Ebsco business source complete collection.
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n=0022-3891
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\ISP
Chronic and Predispositional Guilt: Relations to Mental Health Prosocial Behavio
r and Religiosity. - 1997
In: Journal of personality assessment, ISSN 0022-3891: vol. 69 (1997), afl. 1, p
ag. 104-126 (23).
\END
\PPN 724880496
\TTT Religiosity, spirituality, and help-seeking among Filipino Americans : Reli
gious clergy or mental health professionals?
\TTL Religiosity, spirituality, and help-seeking among Filipino Americans : Reli
gious clergy or mental health professionals?
\TTZ Religiosity, spirituality, and help-seeking among Filipino Americans : Reli
gious clergy or mental health professionals?
\JVU 2004
\JVP 2004
\AUT Abe-Kim, Jennifer
\AUT Gong, Fang
\AUT Takeuchi, David
\BRO In: Journal of community psychology, ISSN 0090-4392: vol. 32 (2004), afl. 6
, pag. 675-690 (16).
\BCL psychologie
\DAT 17-12-01
\DAV 20011217
\SIG Elektronisch document
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\PPN 749099852
\TTT Alcohol-use problems in young black adults : Effects of religiosity, social
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\TTL Alcohol-use problems in young black adults : Effects of religiosity, social
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\TTZ Alcohol-use problems in young black adults : Effects of religiosity, social
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Alcohol-use problems in young black adults : Effects of religiosity, social reso
urces, and mental health. - 2006
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44-53 (10).
\END
\PPN 672705516
\TTT Toward a Tripartite Factor Structure of Mental Health: Subjective Well-Bein
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\TTL Toward a Tripartite Factor Structure of Mental Health: Subjective Well-Bein
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\TTZ Toward a Tripartite Factor Structure of Mental Health: Subjective Well-Bein
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Toward a Tripartite Factor Structure of Mental Health: Subjective Well-Being, Pe
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\END
\PPN 988253097
\TTT The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pre-adol
escents in a community sample : the TRAILS study
\TTL The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pre-adol
escents in a community sample : the TRAILS study
\TTZ The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pre-adol
escents in a community sample : the TRAILS study
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\AUT Vries-Schot, Margreet
\AUT Jong, Rint
\AUT Verhulst, Frank C.
\AUT Ormel, Johan
\AUT Veenstra, Ren
\AUT Swinkels, Sophie
\AUT Buitelaar, Jan
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The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pre-adolescen
ts in a community sample : the TRAILS study. - 2011
In: European child & adolescent psychiatry, ISSN 1018-8827: vol. 20 (2011), afl.
5 (04), pag. 253-261 (8).
\END
\PPN 747450439
\TTT Religiosity and mental health : A further exploration of the relative impor
tance of religious behaviors vs. religious attitudes
\TTL Religiosity and mental health : A further exploration of the relative impor
tance of religious behaviors vs. religious attitudes
\TTZ Religiosity and mental health : A further exploration of the relative impor
tance of religious behaviors vs. religious attitudes
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\JVP 2006
\AUT Dezutter, Jessie
\AUT Soenens, Bart
\AUT Hutsebaut, Dirk
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\ISP
Religiosity and mental health : A further exploration of the relative importance
of religious behaviors vs. religious attitudes. - 2006
In: Personality and individual differences : an international journal of researc
h into the structure and development of personality, and the causation of indivi
dual differences, ISSN 0191-8869: vol. 40 (2006), afl. 4, pag. 807-818 (12).
\END
\PPN 153347947X
\TTT 2192 The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pr
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\TTL 2192 The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pr
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\TTZ 2192 The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of pr
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\JVU 2013
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\AUT der Jagt, W. van
\BRO In: European psychiatry : the journal of the Association of European Psychi
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2192 The relationship between parental religiosity and mental health of preadol
escents in a community sample : the trails study. - 2013
In: European psychiatry : the journal of the Association of European Psychiatris
ts, ISSN 0924-9338: vol. 28 (2013), afl. 1, pag. 1-1 (1).
\END
\PPN 972968156
\TTT Religiosity and decreased risk of substance use disorders : is the effect m
ediated by social support or mental health status?
\TTL Religiosity and decreased risk of substance use disorders : is the effect m
ediated by social support or mental health status?
\TTZ Religiosity and decreased risk of substance use disorders : is the effect m
ediated by social support or mental health status?
\JVU 2010
\JVP 2010
\AUT Edlund, Mark J.
\AUT Harris, Katherine M.
\AUT Koenig, Harold G.
\AUT Han, Xiaotong
\AUT Sullivan, Greer
\AUT Mattox, Rhonda
\AUT Tang, Lingqi
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\ISP
Religiosity and decreased risk of substance use disorders : is the effect mediat
ed by social support or mental health status?. - 2010
In: Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology, ISSN 0933-7954: vol. 45 (201
0), afl. 8 (07), pag. 827-837 (10).
\END
\PPN 1507963629
\TTT Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth and Young Adults : Differ
ential Effects of Age, Gender, Religiosity, and Sexual Orientation
\TTL Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth and Young Adults : Differ
ential Effects of Age, Gender, Religiosity, and Sexual Orientation
\TTZ Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth and Young Adults : Differ
ential Effects of Age, Gender, Religiosity, and Sexual Orientation
\JVU 2012
\JVP 2012
\AUT Shilo, Guy
\AUT Savaya, Riki
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\BCL sociologie
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\ISP
Mental Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Youth and Young Adults : Differentia
l Effects of Age, Gender, Religiosity, and Sexual Orientation. - 2012
In: Journal of research on adolescence, ISSN 1050-8392: vol. 22 (2012), afl. 2 (
06), pag. 310-326 (16).
\END
\PPN 142375519
\TCT tekst (rdacontent/dut)
\TMM zonder medium (rdamedia/dut)
\TCR band (rdacarrier/dut)
\TTT The relationship among religiosity, personality and mental health : develop
ment and standardizing of assessment instruments, and empirical studies of such
relationships / Eystein Kaldestad
\TTL The relationship among religiosity, personality and mental health : develop
ment and standardizing of assessment instruments, and empirical studies of such
relationships
\TTZ The relationship among religiosity, personality and mental health : develop
ment and standardizing of assessment instruments, and empirical studies of such
relationships
\JVU 1995
\JVP 1995
\AUT Kaldestad, Eystein
\IMP Olso : Universitet i Oslo
\UIT Universitet i Oslo
\PAG 1 bd. (versch. pag.). : ill. ; 30 cm
\ANN Omslagtitel.
\ANN Proefschrift Universiteit Oslo.
\ANN Met lit. opg..
\ISB 82-991739-1-4
\BCL 11.06 godsdienstpsychologie
\TRW (GTR) Godsdienstigheid; (GTR) Persoonlijkheid; (GTR) Meetmethoden
\GTR Godsdienstigheid
\GTR Persoonlijkheid
\GTR Meetmethoden
\ISP
The relationship among religiosity, personality and mental health : development
and standardizing of assessment instruments, and empirical studies of such relat
ionships / Eystein Kaldestad. - Olso : Universitet i Oslo, 1995. - 1 bd. (versch
. pag.). : ill. ; 30 cm
Omslagtitel. - Proefschrift Universiteit Oslo. - Met lit. opg..
ISBN 82-991739-1-4
Algemene typering: tekst; zonder medium; band
\END
\PPN 642641625
\TTT FEATURES - Religious Involvement and Professional Practices of Psychiatrist
s and Other Mental Health Professionals - The author presents the results of a s
urvey of psychiatrists and reviews the literature in an attempt to answer how is
the variable of religiosity treated within clinical practice, and to what exten
t are religious and spiritual resources used, considered, or supported in psychi
atric treatment?
\TTL FEATURES - Religious Involvement and Professional Practices of Psychiatrist
s and Other Mental Health Professionals - The author presents the results of a s
urvey of psychiatrists and reviews the literature in an attempt to answer how is
the variable of religiosity treated within clinical practice, and to what exten
t are religious and spiritual resources used, considered, or supported in psychi
atric treatment?
\TTZ FEATURES - Religious Involvement and Professional Practices of Psychiatrist
s and Other Mental Health Professionals - The author presents the results of a s
urvey of psychiatrists and reviews the literature in an attempt to answer how is
the variable of religiosity treated within clinical practice, and to what exten
t are religious and spiritual resources used, considered, or supported in psychi
atric treatment?
\JVU 2000
\JVP 2000
\AUT Shafranske, Edward P.
\BRO In: Psychiatric annals : a journal of psychiatric education, ISSN 0048-5713
: vol. 30 (2000), afl. 8, pag. 525-532 (8).
\BCL geneeskunde
\ISP
FEATURES - Religious Involvement and Professional Practices of Psychiatrists and
Other Mental Health Professionals - The author presents the results of a survey
of psychiatrists and reviews the literature in an attempt to answer how is the
variable of religiosity treated within clinical practice, and to what extent are
religious and spiritual resources used, considered, or supported in psychiatric
treatment?. - 2000
In: Psychiatric annals : a journal of psychiatric education, ISSN 0048-5713: vol
. 30 (2000), afl. 8, pag. 525-532 (8).
\END
\PPN 935777849
\TTT Dispute Irrational Beliefs and Teach Rational Beliefs : An Interview with A
lbert Ellis
\TTL Dispute Irrational Beliefs and Teach Rational Beliefs : An Interview with A
lbert Ellis
\TTZ Dispute Irrational Beliefs and Teach Rational Beliefs : An Interview with A
lbert Ellis
\JVU 2009
\JVP 2009
\AUT Bernard, Michael E.
\COR University of Melbourne, 3rd Floor, Alice Hoy BuildingMelbourne VIC, Austra
lia
\IMP Boston : Springer US
\UIT Springer US
\ANN m.bernard@unimelb.edu.au.
\ANN This interview was conducted in January, 2005, at the Albert Ellis Institut
e. At the time of the interview, Dr. Ellis was in good health. In this interview
held over two separate sessions, a series of questions prepared by the intervie
wer were presented to Albert Ellis that were designed to stimulate discussion on
differences between rational and irrational beliefs and on the issue of whether
once irrational beliefs have been disputed, more time and REBT methods need to
be devoted to helping clients strengthen their conviction in and application of
rational beliefs..
\ANN (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2009.
\BRO In: Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy = ISSN 0894908
5: vol. 27 (2009), afl. 1, pag. 66-76.
\BCL psychologie
\TRW (TRF) REBT ; Albert Ellis
\ABS In this interview, Ellis acknowledges that irrational beliefs have a higher
biological basis than rational beliefs and that they are not at opposite ends o
f the same continuum. Ellis agrees that irrational beliefs are more involved in
mental health problems while rational beliefs contribute to the psychology of su
ccess. The strength of conviction in both rational and irrational beliefs includ
ing self-acceptance and self-downing is explored. Ellis equates the conviction w
ith which rational beliefs need to be held to influence emotions and behaviors w
ith faith. He acknowledges the importance of faith built on facts rather than re
ligiosity. Ellis agrees that ridding strongly motivated individuals of self-depr
eciation may lead to a decrease in their high frustration tolerance and, ultimat
ely, their drive for and achievement of success. Ellis supports adding an F to t
he ABCDE modelforcefully agreeing with and applying new rational beliefs. Ellis
discusses the need to develop a literature on therapeutic techniques and methods
for helping people to apply rational beliefs more strongly to different areas o
f their lives. Ellis highlights the perils of self-efficacy positive psychology
interventions if peoples innate tendency towards self-depreciation is ignored. T
he interviewer concludes the interview expressing the view that if we listen to
Ellis, we need to re-think the ways we teach people of all ages to think rationa
lly knowing that the rational re-statement of previously disputed irrational bel
iefs is only one of many different teaching methods.
\DAT 31-05-05
\DAV 20050531
\SIG Elektronisch document
\EXU e
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\ISP
Dispute Irrational Beliefs and Teach Rational Beliefs : An Interview with Albert
Ellis. - Boston : Springer US, 2009
In: Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy = ISSN 08949085: vo
l. 27 (2009), afl. 1, pag. 66-76.
m.bernard@unimelb.edu.au. - (c) Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, 2009. - Th
is interview was conducted in January, 2005, at the Albert Ellis Institute. At t
he time of the interview, Dr. Ellis was in good health. In this interview held o
ver two separate sessions, a series of questions prepared by the interviewer wer
e presented to Albert Ellis that were designed to stimulate discussion on differ
ences between rational and irrational beliefs and on the issue of whether once i
rrational beliefs have been disputed, more time and REBT methods need to be devo
ted to helping clients strengthen their conviction in and application of rationa
l beliefs..
INHOUD
In this interview, Ellis acknowledges that irrational beliefs have a higher biol
ogical basis than rational beliefs and that they are not at opposite ends of the
same continuum. Ellis agrees that irrational beliefs are more involved in menta
l health problems while rational beliefs contribute to the psychology of success
. The strength of conviction in both rational and irrational beliefs including s
elf-acceptance and self-downing is explored. Ellis equates the conviction with w
hich rational beliefs need to be held to influence emotions and behaviors with f
aith. He acknowledges the importance of faith built on facts rather than religio
sity. Ellis agrees that ridding strongly motivated individuals of self-depreciat
ion may lead to a decrease in their high frustration tolerance and, ultimately,
their drive for and achievement of success. Ellis supports adding an F to the AB
CDE modelforcefully agreeing with and applying new rational beliefs. Ellis discu
sses the need to develop a literature on therapeutic techniques and methods for
helping people to apply rational beliefs more strongly to different areas of the
ir lives. Ellis highlights the perils of self-efficacy positive psychology inter
ventions if peoples innate tendency towards self-depreciation is ignored. The in
terviewer concludes the interview expressing the view that if we listen to Ellis
, we need to re-think the ways we teach people of all ages to think rationally k
nowing that the rational re-statement of previously disputed irrational beliefs
is only one of many different teaching methods.
\END