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  • Problems in measuring diachronic religious behavior, or using indicators to "Make a virtue of Necessity": The case of the Netherlands (1975-2005).
    Scappini, Ettore (2018)
    Review of Religious Research 60:1: 133-151.

    Argues that advantages & drawbacks exist among 3 kinds of indicator: religious affiliation(best in long term studies), attendance (best in medium term), & diary-based time-use studies (best for short-term).

    Associated Search Terms: Identification; Longitudinal; Methods; Practice; Time use survey
  • Does higher education cause religious decline? A longitudinal analysis of the within- and between-person effects of higher education on religiosity.
    Schwadel, Philip (2016)
    Sociological Quarterly 57: 759-786.

    Associated Search Terms: Education; Longitudinal; Religiosity
  • Trends in addressing social needs: A longitudinal study of congregation-based service provision and political participation.
    Fulton, Brad R. (2016)
    Religions 7:5: 51-67.

    Social services have risen, political engagement lessened, but both have risen in Catholic Latino congregations.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, U.S.A.; Latino Americans; Activism; Longitudinal; Social services; Catholic, U.S.A.; Congregation
  • Longitudinal trends of religious groups in deregulated Taiwan: 1990 to 2009.
    Hu, Anning, and Reid J. Leamaster (2013)
    Sociological Quarterly 54:2: 254-277.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Taiwan
  • Patterns of change in religious service attendance across the life couse: Evidence from a 34-year longitudinal study.
    Hayward, R. David, and Neal Krause (2013)
    Social Science Research 42:6: 1480-1489.

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Life course; Longitudinal
  • Patterns of change in prayer activity, expectancies, and contents during older adulthood.
    Hayward, R. David, and Neal Krause (2013)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52(1):17-34.

    Analyzes 4 waves of survey data (2001-07) from the 48 contiguous U.S. states, from people aged 66+ in 2001. Prayer frequency & beliefs emphasizing trust in God increased over the 7 years.

    Associated Search Terms: Belief; Longitudinal; Prayer; Gerontology
  • Enhanced religiosity following illness? Assessing evidence of religious consolation among Black and White Americans.
    Oates, Gary L. (2013)
    Review of Religious Research 55:4: 597-613.

    Analyzes 1986 & '89 longitudinal interview data from African Americans & white Americans. Illness doe snot induce religiosity, except psychological distress among African Americans.

    Associated Search Terms: African Americans; Coping; Health; Longitudinal
  • Religion, Spirituality, and Aging: A Longitudinal Study of Mental and Physical Coping.
    Nathensen, Sophia Lyn (2012)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Spirituality; Coping; Gerontology
  • Religious coping and physiological, psychological, social and spiritual outcomes in patients with HIV/IDS: Cross-sectional and longitudinal findings.
    Trevino, K.M., Kenneth I. Pargament, Sian Cotton, Anthony C. Leonard, June Hahn, Carol Ann Caprini-Faigin, and Joel Tsevat (2010)
    AIDS Behavior 14:2: 379-389.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Coping; Health; AIDS
  • The social milieu of the church and religious coping responses: A longitudinal investigation of older whites and older blacks.
    Krause, Neal (2010)
    International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 20:2: 109-129.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Race; Coping; Gerontology
  • A Longitudinal Study of the Intergenerational Transmission of Religion.
    Bengtson, Vern L., Casey E. Copen, Norella M. Putney, and Merril Silverstein (2009)
    International Sociology 24:3: 325-345.

    Associated Search Terms: Socialization; Longitudinal; Family; Generations
  • Family and Religious Characteristics' Influence on Delinquency Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood.
    Petts, Richard J. (2009)
    American Sociological Review 74:3: 465-483.

    Analyzes National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (U.S.A.) data; family stability & religion help prevent delinquency.

    Associated Search Terms: Adolescence; Youth; Longitudinal; Delinquency; Adolescents
  • Religiousness, spiritual seeking, and personality: Findings from a longitudinal study.
    Wink, Paul, Lucia Ciciolla, Michelle Dillon, and Allison Tracy (2007)
    Journal of Personality 75:5: 1051-1070.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Spirituality; Religiosity
  • Religiousness, Spiritual Seeking, and Authoritarianism: Findings from a Longitudinal Study.
    Wink, Paul, Michelle Dillon, and Adrienne Prettyman (2007)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 46:3: 321-335.

    Longitudinal data from late-adults in Oakland, California, show religiosity correlates positively & spiritual negatively with authoritarianism.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Longitudinal; United States, California, Oakland; Seeker
  • In the course of a lifetime: Tracing religious belief, practice, and change.
    Dillon, Michele, and Paul Wink (2007)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Panel interview study of respondents born in Oakland, California, 1920/21 & 1924/29.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, California, Oakland; Gerontology; Life course; Life histories; Panel study; Longitudinal
  • Religiousness, spirituality, and psychosocial functioning in late adulthood: Findings from a longitudinal study.
    Wink, Paul, and Michelle Dillon (2003)
    Psychology and Aging 18:4: 916-924.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Mental health; Longitudinal; Gerontology; Spirituality
  • Public and Private Domains of Religiosity and Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors: Evidence from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health.
    Nonnemaker, James M., Clea A. McNeely, and Robert William Blum (2002)
    Social Science and Medicine 57: 2049-2054.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Health; Adolescents; Religiosity
  • A Longitudinal Study of Religious Doubts in High School and Beyond: Relationships, Stability, and Searching for Answers.
    Hunsberger, Bruce E., Michael Pratt, and S. Mark Pancer (2002)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 41:2: 255-266.

    1997 & '99 longitudinal survey study of Ontario '97 high school seniors; moderate doubt was common. Greater doubt was related to problematic family contexts. Doubt was related to practice.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, secondary; Doubt; Adolescents; Belief; Longitudinal; Canada, Ontario
  • Religious Struggle as a Predictor of Mortality among Medically Ill Elderly Patients: A Two-year Longitudinal Study.
    Pargament, Kenneth I., Harold G. Koenig, N. Tarakeshwar, and J. Hahn (2001)
    Archives of Internal Medicine 161: 1881-1885.

    Associated Search Terms: Mortality; Gerontology; Longitudinal
  • Spiritual Seeking in the United States; Report on a Panel Study.
    Roof, Wade Clark (2000)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 109: 49-66.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Seeker; United States
  • "That They be Keepers of the Home": The Effect of Conservative Religion on Early and Late Transitions into Housewifery.
    Sherkat, Darren E. (2000)
    Review of Religious Research 41:3: 344-358.

    Analyzes 1965, '73, & '83 interview data from American women who were high school seniors in '65. fundamentalism predicted early home maker roles.

    Associated Search Terms: Longitudinal; Sex role; Fundamentalist, U.S.A.
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Citation data are provided by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio).

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