International Journal for the Psychology of Religion
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author(s), page numbers, volume, issue numbers.
1991, Volume 1
- Religious belief systems: Their ideological representations and practical constrains
Deconchy, Jean-Pierre, 5-22, 1, 1.
- Alternatives to Deconchy's "Constants"
Tilander, Axe, 23-26, 1, 1.
- Belief in a just world and the "heroic motive," The: Searching for "Constants" in the psychology of religious ideology
Lerner, Melvin J., 27-32, 1, 1.
- Test and expansion of the Fishbein model on religious attitudes and behavior in Thailand, A
Gorsuch, Richard L., Wakeman, Esther P., 33-40, 1, 1.
- Psychology of religion in Australia, The
O'Connor, Kathleen, 41-59, 1, 1.
- Psychoanalytic understanding of religion
Heimbrock, Hans-Gunter, 71-89, 1, 2.
- More things in heaven and earth: Sharing the psychoanalytic understanding of religion
Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin, 91-93, 1, 2.
- Could religion also be healthy?
Janson, Murray, 95-99, 1, 2.
- Phenomenologies of religion
Brown, L. B., 101-106, 1, 2.
- Interpretation of religion language and cognitive style: A pilot study with the LAM scale
van der Lans, Jan M., 107-123, 1, 2.
- Pentecostalism: Conversion and charismata
Holm, Nils G., 135-152, 1, 3.
- Holm's use of role theory: Empirical and hermaneutical considerations of sacred text as a source of role adoption
Hood, Ralph W., Jr., 153-160, 1, 3.
- Effects of employment and religion on women's feminist attitudes, The
Wilcox, Clyde, Jelen, Ted G., 161-172, 1, 3.
- Restandardization of a brief scale of religious orthodoxy, religious humanism, and religious radicalism, A
Dreger, Ralph Mason, Adkins, Susan A., 173-182, 1, 3.
- Mortal body, studying lives: Restoring Eros to the psychology of religion
Hutch, Richard A., 193-210, 1, 4.
- "Body" in the psychology of religion, The
Malony, H. Newton, 211-216, 1, 4.
- Response to the whole versus parts approach to the psychology of religion
Rayburn, Carole A., 217-220, 1, 4.
- Male commitment to the cult of the Virgin Mary and the passion of Christ as a function of early maternal bonding
Hood, Ralph W., Jr., Morris, Ronald J., Watson, P. J., 221-233, 1, 4.
- Religious and gender prototypes
Gatson, J. E., Brown, L. B., 233-243, 1, 4.
- Psychology of religion in Poland, The
Grzmala-Moszczynska, Halina, 243-248, 1, 4.
1992, Volume 2
- Attachment-theory approach to the psychology of religion, An
Kirkpatrick, Lee A., 3-28, 2, 1.
- Religion conceptualized as an attachment process: Another deficiency approach to the psychology of religion?
Noller, Patricia, 39-36, 2, 1.
- Theodicy: A neglected aspect of the psychology of religion
Furnham, Adrian, Brown, Laurence B., 37-46, 2, 1.
- Psychology of religion in Canada, The
Hunsberger, Bruce, 47-56, 2 , 1.
- Melancholy as an alternative to the psychological label of depression
Frost, Christopher J., 71-85, 2, 2.
- Melancholy or depression, sacred or secular?
Dudley, Michael, 87-99, 2, 2.
- Melancholy, depression, and Judaism
Lowenthal, Kate Miriam, 101-108, 2, 2.
- There's more to depression than melancholy
Hart, Archibald D., 109-112, 2, 2.
- Authoritarianism, religious fundamentalism, quest, and prejudice
Altemeyer, Bob, Hunsberger, Bruce, 113-133, 2, 2.
- Mysticism, reality, illusion, and the Freudian critique of religion
Hood, Ralph W., Jr, 141-160, 2, 3.
- Psychoanalytic response to Hood, A
Shafranske, Edward P., 161-164, 2, 3.
- What is real? Speculations on Hood's implicit epistemology and theology
Belzen, Jacob A., Uleyn, Arnold J. R., 165-170, 2, 3.
- Psychology of religion in Italy, The
Aletti, Mario, 171-190, 2, 3.
- Of means and ends: Religion and the search for significance
Pargament, Kenneth I., 201-229, 2, 4.
- Time to keep, a time to cast away, A
Schoenrade, Patricia, 230-235, 2, 4.
- Comments on the sacred, the search for significance, and means/end relationships
Tyler, Forrest B., 237-240, 2, 4.
- Structure of religious mystical experience in relation to pre- and post-experience lifestyles, The
Spilka, Bernard, Brown, George A., Cassidy, Stephen A., 241-257, 2, 4.
1993, Volume 3
- Apologetics and ethnocentrism: Psychology and religion within an ideological surround
Watson, P. J., 1-20, 3, 1.
- Escaping the secular enlightenment - but slouching toward Yugoslavia: A response to Watson
Vitz, Paul C., 21-24, 3, 1.
- Post-enlightenment and rational-emotive therapy (RET): Comments on P. J. Watson's view
Ellis, Albert, 25-28, 3, 1.
- Religion and prejudice: Lessons not learned from the past
Gorsuch, Richard L., 29-32, 2, 2.
- Reply to Gorsuch
Altemeyer, Bob, Hunsberger, B., 33-36, 3, 1.
- Religiosity and perceived control of life events
Loewenthal, Kate Miriam, Cornwall, Nicola, 39-46, 3, 1.
- Psychology of religion in Scandinavia, The
Wikstrom, Owe, 47-65, 3, 1.
- What the psychology of religion is and what it is not
Vergote, Antoine, 73-86, 3, 2.
- Rebuilding fences and opening gates: Vergote on the psychology of religion
McDargh, John, 87-94, 3, 2.
- Three ideological traditions and the psychology of religion
Beit-Hallahmi, Benjamin, 95-96, 3, 2.
- Coping after the fall: The mental health of former members of the Rajneeshpuram commune
Latkin, Carl A., 97-110, 3, 2.
- Standardizing measures of religiosity for Norwegians
Kaldestad, Eystein, Stifoss-Hanssen, Hans, 111-124, 3, 2.
- Cognitive-developmental approaches to religiousness: Which version for which purpose?
Reich, K. Helmut, 145-172, 3, 3.
- Response to Helmut Reich: Overview or apologetic?
Fowler, James W., 173-180, 3, 3.
- On the origin and goals of religious development
Wulff, David M., 181-186, 3, 3.
- Cross-cultural comparison of religious belief, A: Canadian and Spanish students' response to the Hunt Scale
Northover, Wallace E., Gonzalez, Luis Montoro, 187-200, 3, 3.
- Response to Northover and Gonzalez
Hunt, Richard A., 201-204, 3, 3.
- Speaking of belief: Language, performance, and narrative in the psychology of religion
Day, James M., 231-230, 3, 4.
- Belief as relational resource
Gergen, Kenneth J., 231-236, 3, 4.
- Believing in speech: A response to James Day's application of narrative to the psychology of religion
Murken, Sebastian, 237-240, 3, 4.
- Parental influence and adolescent religiosity: A study of church attendance and attitude toward Christianity
among adolescents 11 to 12 and 15 to 16 years old
Francis, Leslie J., Gibson, Harry M., 41-254, 3, 4.
1994, Volume 4
- "Biology of God, the": What is the current status of Hardy's hypothesis?
Hay, David, 1-24, 4, 1.
- "Religious experience" and socialization: A response to David Hay
Ellwood, Robert S., 25-28, 4, 1.
- Biology of God or the psychology of God, The? A response to David Hay
Nieto, Jos C., 29-34, 4, 1.
- Missing links in Hay's discussion
Rotenberg, Mordechai, 35-38, 4, 1.
- Editor's note
Brown, L. B., Hood, Ralph W., Jr., Malony, H. Newton, 39, 4, 1.
- Psychological aspects of Islam, The: Basic principles of Islam and the psychological corollary
Azayem, Gamal Abou El, Hedayat-Diba, Zari, 41-50, 4, 1.
- Religious experiences in childhood and adolescence: A viewpoint of religious development between the ages of 7 and 20
Tamminen, Kalevi, 61-86, 4, 2.
- Cognitive and psychoanalytic comments on Tamminen's essay
Scarlett, W. George, 87-90, 4, 2.
- Lourdes: A place of religious transformations?
Pieper, Joseph Z. T., van Ulden, Marinus H. F., 91-104, 4, 2.
- Images of God in adolescence
Janssen, Jacques, de Hart, Joep, Gerardis, Marcel, 105-122, 4, 2.
- Reflections on change in science and religion
Howard, George S., 127-144, 4, 3.
- Refuting Howard's end: Addressing the crisis of postmodern thought in science and religion
Andrews, Shannon Kay, 145-150, 4, 3.
- Reflections on "Reflections"
Donahue, Michael J., 151-156, 4, 3.
- Sex must be a four-letter word
Howard, George S., 165-180, 4, 3.
- Religious maturity and psychological distress among older Christian women
Atkinson, Bruce E., Malony, H. Newton165-181, 4, 3.
- Between feast and famine: A sketch of the development of the psychology of religion in The Netherlands
Belzen, J. A., 181-198, 4, 3.
- Allportian analysis of Augustine, An
Capps, Donald, 205-228, 4, 4.
- Historical interpretations of Augustine: The promise of James, Allport, and Capps
Byrnes, Joseph F., 229-233, 4, 4.
- Traits and Allport: Idiography in a nomothetic model?
Spilka, Bernard, 235-239, 4, 4.
- Response to Byrnes and Spilka
Capps, Donald, 241-244, 4, 4.
- Curvilinearity and religious types: A second look at intrinsic, extrinsic, and quest relations
Burris, Christopher T., 245-260, 4, 4.
1995, Volume 5
- Religion-as-schema, with implications for the relation between religion and coping
McIntosh, Daniel N., 1-16, 5, 1.
- Utility of the religion-as-schema model, The
Paloutzian, Raymond F., Smith, Brenda S., 17-22, 5, 1.
- Self-centered perspective on McIntosh's religious schema, A
Bjorck, Jeffrey P., 23-30, 5, 1.
- Religion as cognitive schema
Koenig, Harold G., 31-38, 5, 1.
- Refining religious belief-behavior relations
Sapington, A. A., Baker, Julie, 39-48, 5, 1.
- Studying dimensions of God representation: Choosing closed or open-ended research questions
Hutsebaut, D., Verhoeven, D., 49-60, 5, 1.
- Religious significance of Jung's psychology, The
Dourley, John P., 73-90, 5, 2.
- Reply to John P. Dourley, A
Bock, David C., 91-94, 5, 2.
- Response to John Dourley's "The religious significance of Jung's psychology"
Coward, Harold, 95-100, 5, 2.
- Response to Bock and Howard
Dourley, John P., 101-108, 5, 2.
- Personality and religious beliefs: A test of Fluegel's superego projection theory
Rasmussen, Lene, Charman, Tony, 109-118, 5, 2.
- Debate concerning the psychology of religion
Vergote, Antoine, 119-124, 5, 2.
- Third Force therapy and its impact on treatment outcomes
Jahangir, Syeda Farhana, 125-130, 5, 2.
- Clinical and personality assessment of participants in new religions
Richardson, James T., 145-170, 5, 3.
- "Before I'd be a slave, I'd be buried in my grave, and go home to my Lord and be free."
Hutch, Richard A., 171-176, 5, 3.
- New directions in applying psychological theory to the study of new religions.
Latkin, Carl A., 177-180, 5, 3.
- Two steps forward, one back: Psychiatry, psychology, and the new religions.
Richardson, James T., 181-186, 5, 3.
- Religion and emotional dependence.
Socha, Pawel, 187-198, 5, 3.
- Religion in college text books: Allport?s 1948 report.
VandeKemp, Hendrika, 199-212, 5, 3.
- Cabalic sexuality and creativity
Rotenberg, Mordechai, 225-245, 5, 4.
- Commentary on Rotenberg's "Cabalic sexuality and creativity"
Witztum, Eliezer, 244-250, 5, 4.
- Response to Rotenberg's "Cabalic sexuality and creativity"
Bakan, David, 251-254, 5, 4.
- Response to Bakan and Witztum's Commentaries
Rotenberg, Mordechai, 255-258, 5, 4.
- Psychoanalytical Interpretation of demoniacal possession and the mystical development of Sister Jeanne des Agnes from Loudun
Lietaer, Hugo, Corveleyn, Jozef, 259-276, 5, 4.
1996, Volume 6
- Scientific spirituality, A: The interface of psychology and theology
Helminiak, Daniel A., 1-20, 6, 1.
- Response to Helminiak's "A scientific spirituality: The interface of psychology and theology"
Doran, Robert M., 21-26, 6, 1.
- Spirituality and human science: Helminiak's proposal
Richardson, Frank C., 27-32, 6, 1.
- Response to Doran and Richardson on "A Scientific Spirituality"
Helmeniak, Daniel A., 33-38, 6, 1.
- Religious fundamentalism, right-wing authoritarianism, and hostility to homosexuals in non-Christian religious groups
Hunsberger, Bruce, 39-50, 6, 1.
- Traditional Christian beliefs, spirituallism, and the paranormal: An Icelandic-American comparison
Haraldsson, Erlandur, Houtkooper, Joop M., 51-64, 6, 1.
- Psychological and religious perspectives on emotion
Watts, Fraser N., 71-89, 6, 2.
- Emotions: Here and now, then and there
Averill, James R., 89-94, 6, 2.
- The content of religious experience: The role of expectancy and desirability
Spilka, Bernard, Ladd, Kevin L., Macintosh, Daniel N., Milmoe, Sara, Bickel, Carl O., 95-106, 6, 2.
- Person-centered psychology and Taoism: The reception of Lao-tzu by Carl Rogers
Hermsen, Edmund, 107-126, 6, 2.
- Metapsychology and discourse:A note on some neglected issues in the psychology of religion
Norager, Troels, 139-150, 6, 3.
- Betwixt the object and the eye of the beholder: Thoughts on making the psychology of religion more interesting
Wulff, David M., 151-158, 6, 3.
- You take the high road
Batson, C. Daniel, 159-164, 6, 3.
- Reconfiguring the emotions in the psychology of religion
O'Connor, Kathleen, 165-174, 6, 3.
- Emotion and religion revisited: A response to O'Connor and Averill
Watts, Fraser, 175-180, 6, 3.
- A Note on the Psychology of Dhikr: The Halveti Jerrahi Order of Dervishes in Istanbul
Geels, Antoon, 229-251, 6, 4.
- Religious Conversion: Is it an Adolescent Phenomenon?: The Case of Native British Converts to Islam
Kose, Ali, 253-262, 6, 4.
- The Relation of Jungian Psychological Type to Religious Attitudes and Practices
Ross, Christopher F. J., Weiss, David, and Jackson, Lynne, 263-280, 6, 4.
1997, Volume 7
- Can Psychology Escape Religion? Should It?
Browning, Don, 1-12, 7, 1.
- Escaping Religion: As Content, Yes, As Process, No
Rychlak, Joseph F., 13-16, 7, 1.
- The Religious Self--A Historical and Empirical Questions: A Response to Don Browning
van der Ven, Johannes A., 17-22, 7, 1.
- An Alternative View of Religious Complexity
Nielsen, Michael E., and Fultz, Jim, 23-35, 7, 1.
- East Meets West: Parallels Between Zen Buddhism and Social Psychology
McIntosh, William D., 37-52, 7, 1.
- Reflections on the Passing Away of a Trailblazer: Joachim Scharfenberg, 1927-1996
Belzen, Jacob A., 53-55, 7, 1.
- Do we need a theory for the religious development of women?
Reich, K. Helmut., 67-86, 7, 2.
- Why we might still need a theory for the religious development of women
Schweitzer, Friedrich, 87-92, 7, 2.
- Response to Reich's "Do we need a theory for the religious development of women?"
DeNicola, Karen, 93-98, 7, 2.
- Response to DeNicola's and Schweitzer's commentaries on "Do we need a theory for the religious development of women?"
Reich, K. Helmut, 999-100, 7, 2
- The psychology of Gregory the Great (A.D. 540 - A.D. 604)
Tweed, Roger G., 101-110, 7, 2
- Comparing religious identity of Baptist and Presbyterian bible college stuents by minimum spanning tree
Carvalho, Alysson Massote, and Sato, Takechi, 111-126, 7, 2
- Personality, prayer, and church attendance among undergraduate students
Francis, Leslie J., 126-132, 7, 2
- The science-religion relatoin: Controversy, convergence, and search for meaning
Hefner, Philip, 143-158, 7, 3
- A response to Hefner's "The science-religion relation"
Marmol, Leonardo M., 159-160, 7, 3
- Practices in the search for meaning: A response to Hefner
Shafranske, Edward P., 161-166, 7, 3
- An agenda for psychology on the religion-science interface: Responding to Shafranske and Marmol
Hefner, Philip, 167-172, 7, 3
- Religious beliefs about illness
Loewenthal, Kate Miriam, 173-178, 7, 3
- The influence of religion on victims of childhood sexual abuse
Coxey, Cynthia, Jensen, Larry, and Jensen, Janet, 179-186, 7, 3
- The predominance of the feminine sexual mode in religion: Erikson's contribution to the sex and gender debate in the psychology of religion
Zock, Hetty, 187-198, 7, 3
- The selfobject functions of the Koran
Hedayat-Diba, Zari, 211-236, 7, 4
- The function of the Koran and the psychology of religion
Geels, Antoon, 237-240, 7, 4
- A psychological and psychoanalytical response to 'The Selfobject Functions of the Koran' by Zari Hedayat-Diba
Woo, Rose, and Mannes, James, 241-244, 7, 4
- Response to the commentaries of Geels, Woo, and Mannes
Hedayat-Diba, Ziba, 245-248, 7, 4
- In memoriam: Andre Godin
Jaspard, J. M., and Corveleyn, Jozef, 249-252, 7, 4
- Perceived religious motivation
Gorsuch, Richard L., Mylvaganam, Gaithri, Gorsuch, Kay, and Johnson, Ronald, 253-262, 7, 4
- The psychology of religion and cognitive models (The "learned helplessness" case)
Deconchy, Jean-Pierre, Hurteau, Chantal, Quelen, Florence, and Ragot, Isabelle, 263-268, 7, 4
1998, Volume 8
- Religious devoutness construed as pathology: The myth of "religious mania"
Bartholomew, Robert E., & O'Dea, Julian D., 1-16, 8, 1
- Reply to "Religious devoutness construed as pathology" by Bartholomew and O'Dea
Zablocki, Benjamin D., 17-20, 8, 1
- Beyond eclecticism: The case for a moderate form of cultural relativism
Bendle, Mervyn F., 21-24, 8, 1
- In memorium: Virginia Staudt Sexton (1916-1997)
Hendrika Vande Kemp, 25-30, 8, 1
- Communism as religion
McFarland, Sam, 31-48, 8, 1
- Children's God concepts: Influences of denomination, age, and gender
Ladd, Kevin L., McIntosh, Daniel N., & Spilka, Bernard, 49-56, 8, 1
- Gender comparison of God schemas: A multidimensional scaling analysis
Krejci, Mark J., 57-66, 8, 1
- When the spirit maims and kills: Social psychological considerations of the history of serpent handling sects and the narrative of handlers
Hood, Ralph W. Jr., 71-96, 8, 2
- Response to a research challenge
Williamson, W. Paul, 97-100, 8, 2
- Routinization and reality: Reflections on serpents and the spirit
Poloma, Margaret M., 101-106, 8, 2
- The attribution of success and failure as related to different patterns of religious orientation
Hovemyr, Maria, 107-124, 8, 2
- Religion and mental health: A review of Antoine Vergote's approach in Guilt and Desire
O'Connor, Kathleen V., 125-148, 8, 2
- Religious orientation, identity, and the quest for meaning in ethics within an ideological surround
Watson, P. J.; Morris, Ronald J.; Hood, Ralph W. Jr.; Milliron, J. Trevor; & Stutz, Nancy L., 149-164, 8, 3
- Ideology in the orientation of researchers in the identification and gathering of empirical data
Blanco-Beledo, Ricardo, 165-168, 8, 3
- Ideology, ethics, and quest: Some reactions to Watson et al.
Deconchy, Jean-Pierre, 169-178, 8, 3
- The real and symbolic in Lacan, Zen, and Kabbalah
Moncayo, Raul, 179-196, 8, 3
- Effect of intergroup differentiation on participation iwth religious young people
Tinoco, Josue, 197-204, 8, 3
- On the role of the positive superego in religious uses of alternate states
Haartman, Keith, 205-220, 8, 3
- Counseling body/soul persons
Malony, H. Newton, 221-242, 8, 4
- Bodies and souls: Continuing conundrums
Rambo, Lewis R., 243-246, 8, 4
- A meta-analysis of Malony's body/soul orientation
DeMarinis, Valerie, 247-250, 8, 4
- Response to Rambo and DeMarinis
Malony, H. Newton, 251-252, 8, 4
- Factor analysis of the religious status inventory in the Estonian language
Lehtsaar, Tonu; Lukaszewski, Michelle; and Malony, H. Newton, 253-264, 8, 4
- Degree of rleigiosity and vulnerability to suicial attempt/plans in depressive patients among Afghan refugees
Jahangir, Farhana; Rehman, Hameed ur; Jan, Tahir, 265-270, 8, 4
1999, Volume 9
- Editor's Note
Paloutzian, Raymond F., 1-2, 9, 1
- The psychology of religion and spirituality? Yes and no
Pargament, Kenneth I., 3-16, 9, 1
- Religion and spirituality? The roles of sanctification and the concept of God
Emmons, Robert A.; and Crumpler, Cheryl A., 17-24, 9, 1
- Religion and spirtuality: What a European ear hears
Stifoss-Hanssen, Hans, 25-34, 9, 1
- The psychology of religion and spirituality? Response to Stiff-Hanssen, Emmons, and Crumpler
Pargament, Kenneth I., 35-44, 9, 1
- Transliminality: Its relation to dream life, religiosity, and mystical experience
Thalbourne, Michael A.; adn Delin, Peter S., 45-62, 9, 1
- Between reduction of uncertainty and reflection: The range and dynamics of religious judgment
Zondag, H. J.; and Belzen, J. A., 63-81, 9, 1
- Development and intitial validation of an objective measure of religious maturity
Leak, G. K., & Fish, S. B., 83-104, 9, 2
- Development and initial validation of an objective measure of faith development
Leak, G. K., Loucks, A. A., & Borlin, P., 105-124, 9, 2,
- Psycho-epistemological styles and religious beliefs
Desimpelaere, P., Sulas, F., Duriez, B., & Hutsebaut, D., 125-138, 9, 2
- Mother god, father god: Children's perceptions of god's distance
Eshleman, A. K., Dickie, J. R., Merasco, D. M., Shepard, A., & Johnson, M., 139-146, 9, 2
- Editor's Note: Special Issue on Religious Orientation and Authoritarianism in Cross-Cultural Perspective
R. F. Paloutzian, 155-156, 9, 3
- Religious orientation and prejudice: The role of religious proscription, right-wing authoritarianism, and social desirability
Duck, R. J., & Hunsberger, B., 157-180, 9, 3
- Religion and prejudice in Ghana and Canada: Religious fundamentalism, right-wing authoritarianism, and attitudes toward homosexuals and women
Hunsberger, B., Owusu, V., & Duck, R., 181-194, 9, 3
- Religion and the experiential system: Relationships of constructive thinking with religious orientation
P.J. Watson, R. J. Morris, R. W. Hood Jr., L. Miller, & M. G. Wadell, 195-208, 9, 3
- Ways religious orientations work: A polish replication of measurement of religious orientation
P. M. Socha, 209-228, 9, 3
- Giving religion away: What the study of religion offers psychology
P. C. Hill, 229-250, 9, 4
- Mystical self-annihilation: Method and meaning
M. R. Levenson, & A. H. Khilwati, 251-258, 9, 4
- Response to the commentary of Levenson and Khilwati
A. Geels, 259-262, 9, 4
- Psychological studies of new religious movementws: Findings from German-speaking countries
D. Kraus, 263-282, 9, 4
- The Sommervogel Archive: An online reference database in the social scientific study of religion
M. J. Donahue, 283-286, 9, 4
2000, Volume 10
Special Issue: Spiritual Intelligence
- Editor's Note
R. F. Paloutzian, 1-2, 10, 1
- Is spirituality an intelligence? Motivation, cognition and the psychology of ultimate concern
R. A. Emmons, 3-26, 10, 1
- A case against spiritual intelligence
H. Gardner, 27-34, 10, 1
- Spiritual intelligence as a theory of individual religion: A case application
S. Kwilecki, 35-46, 10, 1
- Spiritual intelligence or spiritual consciousness?
J. D. Mayer, 47-56, 10, 1
- Spirituality and intelligence: Problems and prospects
R. A. Emmons, 57-64, 10, 1
- Tell me what you believe and I'll tell you what you want: Empirical evidence for discriminating value patterns of five types of religiosity
J. R. J. Fontaine, P. Luyten, & J. Corveleyn, 65-84, 10, 2
- The effects of life experiences over a 50-year period on the certainty of belief and disbelief in God
J. D. Shand, 85-100, 10, 2
- Conversion motifs among British converts to Islam
A. Kose & K. M. Loewenthal, 101-110, 10, 2
- Religiosity, adult attachment, and why "singles" are more religious
P. Granqvist, & B. Hagekull, 110-124, 10, 2
- What characterizes spirituality? A comment on Pargament, Emmons, and Cumpler, and Stifoss-Hansen
K. H. Reich, 125-128, 10, 2
- A preliminary taxonomy of attributions to God
P. Mallery, S. Mallery, & R. Gorsuch, 135-156, 10, 3
- Religious experiences and their relations with happiness and personality
M. Argyle & P. Hills, 157-172, 10, 3
- Spiritual experience, religious orientation, and self-reported behavior
D. F. Reinert & J. R. Bloomingdale, 173-180, 10, 3
- Glossolalia and temperature change in the right and left cerebral hemispheres
R. Philipchalk & D. Mueller, 181-186, 10, 3
- A cognitive-embodiment approach to emotioning and rationality, illustrated in the story of Job
E. N. Drodge, 187-200, 10, 3
- The battered wife: How Christians confront family violence, by Nancy Nason-Clark
Reviewed by J. V. Spickard, 201-203, 10, 3
- The use of prayer by coronary artery bypass patients
Ali, A.L., Bolling, S. F., & Peterson, C., 205-220, 10, 4
- A phenomenological analysis of the anointing among religious serpent handlers
Williamson, W. P., Pollio, H. R., & Hood, R. W. Jr, 221-240, 10, 4
- Religiosity and church attendance: The effects on use of "hard drugs" controlling for sociodemographic and theoretical factors
Corwyn, R. F., & Benda, B. B., 241-258, 10, 4
- Mysticism as a predictor of subjective well-being
Byrd, K. R., Lear, D., & Schwenka, S., 259-270, 10, 4
2001, Volume 11
- The Batson-Schoenrade-Ventis model of religious experience: Critique and reformulation.
Edwards, A. C., & Lowis, M. J., 11, 4, 215-234
- The challenge of integrity: A commentary on the critique by Edwards and Lowis
Schoenrade, P., 11, 4, 235-240
- The cultural context of stage models of religious experience
Hay, D., 11, 4, 241-246
- A critique of models of religious experience
Boyatzis, C. J., 11, 4, 247-258
- Reason-based evaluations of wrongdoing in religious and moral narratives
Cobb, N. J., Ong, A. D., & Tate, J., 11, 4, 259-276
- Taking a step back: Assessments of the psychology of religion, by Belzen & Wikstrom (Eds.), reviewed by Jonte-Pace
- Religious experiencing: A psychological study of religious experiences in the lifelong perspective, by Lehtsaar, reviewed by Reich
- Cleansing the doors of perception: The religious significance of entheogenic plants and chemicals, by Smith, reviewed by Hood
- William James and the metaphysics of experience, by Lamberth, reviewed by Hood
2002, Volume 12
2003, Volume 13
INVITED ESSAY: Spiritual modeling: A key to spiritual and religious growth?
- Editor's Note
Paloutzian, R. F.
- A psychological outlook on the concept of transcendent actualization
Hamel, S., Leclerc, G., & Lefrancois, R., 13, 1, 3-16
- Why do religious fundamentalists tend to be prejudiced?
Altemeyer, B., 13, 1, 17-28
- The effect of religious-spiritual coping on positive attitudes of adult Muslim refugees from Kosovo and Bosnia
Ai, A.L., Peterson, C., & Hyang, B., 13, 1, 29-48
- Response to the spiritual intelligence debate: Are some conceptual distinctions needed here?
Edwards, A.C., 13, 1, 49-52
- Comparing apples to oranges: A response to Schoenrade, to Hay, and to Boyatzis
Edwards, A. C., & Lowis, M. J., 13, 1, 53-60
- Religion and psychology: Mapping the terrain, by Jonte-Pace & Parsons(Eds.), reviewed by Goldenberg
- Psychological studies on spiritual and religious development: The case of religion, Vol 2, by Reich, Oser & Scarlett (Eds.), reviewed by Dillon
- Sucasna Psychologia Nabozenstva [Contemporary psychology of religion], by Stizenec, reviewed by Krivohlavy
- DMT: The spirit molecule--A doctor's revolutionary research into the biology of near=death and mystical experiences, by Strassman, reviewed by Roberts
- Ketamine: Dreams and realities, by Jansen, reviewed by Roberts
- In search of the ultimate high: Spiritual experience through psychoactives, by Saunders, Saundewrs & Pauli, reviewed by Roberts
- INVITED ESSAY: Mysticism, creativity, and psychoanalysis: Learning from Marion Milner
K. A. Raab, 13, 2, 79-96
- Mysticism, creativity, and psychoanalysis: Still crazy after all these years?
P. Luyten & J. Corveleyn, 13, 2, 97-110
- Situational and denominational differences in religious coping
T. L. Osborne & B. Vandenberg, 13, 2, 111-122
- Protestants' images of self, God, and satan as seen in adjective check list descriptions
J. F. Bassett & J. E. Williams, 13, 2, 123-136
- Book Reviews
- Religion and religiosity between theology and psychology [in German], by Henning & Nestler (eds.); and The psychology of religion today [in German], by Henning & Nestler (eds.), reviewed by Kaelber
- Effects of meditation on respiration and the temporal lobes: An exploratory and meta-analytic study, by Y. Petersson Bouin, reviewed by Reich
- Faith and health: Psychological perspectives, by Plante & Sherman (eds.), reviewed by Kay & Hatcher-Kay
D. Omand & C. E. Thoresen, 13, 3, 149-166
On the psychosocial impact of mechanisms of spiritual modeling
A. Bandura, 13, 3, 167-174
Spiritual role modeling: The teaching of meaning systems
I. Silberman, 13, 3, 175-196
The many frontiers of spiritual modeling
D. Oman & C. E. Thoresen, 13, 3, 197-214
- Spirituality and adult development, by Sinnot (Ed.), reviewed by Reich
- Psychologie nabozenstvi (Psychology of Religion) [in Czech], by Rican, reviewed by Krivohlavy
- Briefly reviewed by Wulff: Freud and Freudians on Religion (by Capps); Dimensions of Mystical Experience (by Hood); Religion on the Internet (by Hadden & Cowan); Cognitive Models and Spiritual Maps (by Andresen & Forman)
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