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  • Religion and subjective well-being across religious traditions: Evidence from 1.3 million Americans.
    Lim, Chaeyoon (2015)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54:4: 684-701.

    Analyzes 2008-2013 daily Gallup data. Attendance & subjective well-being are positively related in all traditions, more so in Christian than other.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, psychological; Practice; United States
  • How religious status shapes psychological well-being: Cultural consonance as a measure of subcultural status.
    Dengah, H.J. François, II (2014)
    Social Science and Medicine 114:1: 8-25.

    Associated Search Terms: Conformity; Culture; Well-being, psychological
  • The Role of Divine Beliefs in Stress Processes.
    Schieman, Scott, and Alex Bierman (2011)
    In Anthony J. Blasi (ed.) Toward a Sociological Theory of Religion and Health. Leiden: Brill, pp. 45-68.

    Consideration of beliefs about God as a moderating influence between stressors and well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: Mental health; God, emotions toward; God, concept of; Belief; Well-being, psychological; Stress; God, image of
  • Parental Religiosity, Religious Homogamy, and Young Children's Well-being.
    Petts, Richard J. (2011)
    Sociology of Religion 72:4: 389-414.

    Analyzes 1998 & 2000 interview data from fragile families in U.S.A. cities. Attendance by 2 parents & religious homogamy are related positively to children's well-being, strictness negatively so.

    Associated Search Terms: Children; Well-being, psychological; Marriage; Panel study; Practice; Salience; Strictness; Family
  • Religion and Subjective Well-being in Japan.
    Roemer, Michael K. (2010)
    Review of Religious Research 51:4: 411-427.

    Analyzes 2000-03 & '05 Japanese General Social Survey data; religious devotion & affiliation with certain religions correlate with life satisfaction & happiness.

    Associated Search Terms: Japan; Well-being, psychological
  • Faith and freedom: Traditional and modern ways to happiness.
    Inglehart, Ronald (2010)
    In Ed Diener, John F. Helliwell, and Daniel Kahnemann (eds.) International Differences in Well-Being. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 342-368.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, psychological
  • Quality of life, subjective well-being, and religiosity in Muslim college students.
    Abdel-Khalek, Ahmad M. (2010)
    Quality of Life Research 19:8: 1133-1143.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam; Religiosity; Students, undergraduate; Well-being, psychological; Quality of life
  • Do formal Religious Participation and Spiritual Perceptions Have Independent Linkages with Diverse Dimensions of Psychological well-being?
    Greenfield, Emily A., George E. Vaillant, and Nadine F. Marks (2009)
    Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50: 196-212.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, psychological; Practice
  • Religious Attendance and Subjective well-being in an Eastern-culture Country: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan.
    Chang, Wen-chun (2009)
    Marburg Journal of Religion 14:1 (online)

    Associated Search Terms: Practice; Taiwan; Well-being, psychological
  • Faith and Happiness.
    Stark, Rodney, and Jared Maier (2008)
    Review of Religious Research 50:1: 120-125.

    Based on 24 years of the General Social Survey (U.S.A.); religion is related to well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Well-being, psychological
  • Daily Spiritual Experiences and Psychological well-being among US Adults.
    Ellison, Christopher G., and Daisy Fan (2008)
    Social Indicators Research 88:2: 247-271.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Experience; Well-being, psychological
  • Medicine, Religion, and Health. Where Science and Spirituality Meet.
    Koenig, Harold G. (2008)
    West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania: Templeton Foundation Press.

    Detailed review of the literature on the effect of religiosity on aspects of health.

    Associated Search Terms: Mortality; Coping; Mental health; Suicide; Well-being, psychological; Social support; Health; Anxiety; Depression; Definition of religion; Disability; Stress
  • God-mediated Control and Psychological Well-being in Late Life.
    Krause, Neal (2005)
    Research on Aging 27: 136-168.

    Associated Search Terms: Control, sense of; Gerontology; Well-being, psychological
  • Religious doubt, helping others, and psychological well-being.
    Krause, Neal (2003)
    Journal of Religion and Health 54:2: 745-758.

    Associated Search Terms: Altruism; Well-being, psychological; Doubt
  • The Importance of Spirituality in Well-Being for Jews and Christians.
    Cohen, Adam B. (2002)
    Jouranl of Happiness Studies 3: 287-310.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, psychological
  • Religion, health, and psychological well-being in older adults: Findings from three national surveys.
    Levin, Jeffrey S., and Linda M. Chatters (1998)
    Journal of Aging and Health 10:4: 504-531.

    Associated Search Terms: Gerontology; Well-being, psychological; Health
  • Divine Relations, Social Relations, and Well-being.
    Pollner, Melvin (1989)
    Journal of Health and Social Behavior 30:1: 92-104.

    Analyzes 1983-84 General Social Survey (U.S.A.) data; shows quasi-interaction with the divine independently predicts subjective well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: United States; Symbolic interactionism; Well-being, psychological; Prayer
  • Religion and Psychological Well-Being.
    Capps, Donald (1985)
    In Phillip E. Hammond (ed.), The Sacred in a Secular Age. Berkeley: Uniersity of California Press, pp. 237-256.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, psychological
  • The Religious Factor in the Structure of Psychological Well-Being.
    Dragastin, Sigmund (1968)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, psychological
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