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  • Religious Beliefs and Therapeutic Orientations of Clinical and Counseling Psychologists.
    Bilgrave, Dyer P., and Robert H. Deluty (1998)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37:2: 329-349.

    Survey data from clinical & counseling psychologists show 66% believed in the transcendent; shows relationships between religious & scientific perspectives.

    Associated Search Terms: Psychologists
  • Antireligious Prejudice in Admission to Doctoral Programs in Clinical Psychology.
    Gartner, John D. (1986)
    Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 17: 473-475.

    Associated Search Terms: Prejudice, anti-religious; Psychologists
  • Psychologists and Religion: Professional Factors and Personal Belief.
    Ragan, Claude, H. Newton Maloney, and Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi (1980)
    Review of Religious Research 21:2: 208-217.

    Analyzes questionnaire data on a sample of the American Psychological Association.

    Associated Search Terms: Science; Psychologists
  • The Protestant Ethic and Equal Opportunity for Working Class Whites: A Research Note.
    Gray, David M. (1975)
    Ethnicity 2:2: 225-228.

    Analyzes questionnaire & follow-up data from U.S. Ph.D. psychologists; focuses on backgrounds & experiences as graduate students. Those of Protestant background were less likely to seek family financial support though having higher class background.

    Associated Search Terms: Psychologists; Protestant, U.S.A.; Protestant Ethic; Stratification
  • The Origins and Correlates of Religious Adherence and Apostasy among Mental Health Professionals.
    Spray, S. Lee, and John H. Marx (1969)
    Sociological Analysis 30:3: 132-150.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from professional therapeutic personnel working in the Chicago, Los Angeles, & New York areas; focuses on religious biographies.

    Associated Search Terms: Mental health; Atheist, U.S.A.; Psychologists; Disaffiliation
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