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  • Racial/ethnic differences in spiritual well-being among cancer survvors.
    Canada, Andrea L., George Fitchett, Patricia E. Murphy, Kevin Stein, Kenneth Portier, Corinne Crammer, and Amy H. Peterman (2013)
    Journal of Behavioral Medicine 36:5: 441-453.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual; Health; Ethnic
  • Typologies of religiousness/spirituality: Implications for health and well-being.
    Park, Nan Sook, Beo S. Lee, Fei Sun, Dvid L. Klemmack, Lucinda L. Roff, and Harold G. Koenig (2013)
    Journal of Religion and Health 52:3: 828-839.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being; Health; Religiosity; Spirituality
  • Spiritual Correlates of Reported Sexual Abuse among Mormon Women.
    Pritt, Ann F. (1998)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37:2: 273-285.

    Compares measures from Mormon women who had vs. had not experienced sexual abuse as children.

    Associated Search Terms: God, concept of; Women; Sexual abuse; Well-being, spiritual; Mormon
  • Stress Factors, Spirituality, and Commitment among Seminarians and their Spouses.
    Dudley, Roger L., and Margaret G. Dudley (1994)
    Review of Religious research 36:1: 43-57.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from divinity students & their spouses at Andrews University, Michigan; observes stressful conditions & means of alleviating their effects on spiritual well-being & on commitment to ministry.

    Associated Search Terms: Stress; Seventh-day Adventist; Seminarians; Well-being, spiritual
  • Spiritual Well-being, Religiousness, and Hope among Women with Breast Cancer.
    Mickley, Jacqueline Ruth, Karen Soeken, and Anne Belcher (1992)
    Image: Journal of Nursing Scholarship 24:4: 267-272.

    Analyzes questionnaire data from women diagnosed with breast cancer; high intrinsic religiosity scores correlated with spiritual well-being scores.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual; Intrinsic/extrinsic; Medical
  • Spirituality and Aging: Challenges on the Frontier of Gerontology.
    Moberg, David O. (1989)
    Southwestern Journal of Theology 31:3: 12-21.

    Overview of problems related to secular resistance against taking spirituality seriously in providing services to the elderly.

    Associated Search Terms: Gerontology; Well-being, spiritual
  • Spirituality and Science: The Progress, Problems, and Promise of Scientific Research on Spiritual Well-being.
    Moberg, David O. (1986)
    Journal of the AmericanScientific Affiliation 38:3: 186-194.

    Overview of research instruments & findings in research on spiritual well-being.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual
  • Spiritual Well-being and the Consequential Dimension of Religiosity.
    Duke, James T., and Barry L. Johnson (1984)
    Review of Religious Research 26:1: 59-72.

    Survey of subscribers to a national Mormon publication in the U.S.

    Associated Search Terms: Mormon, U.S.A.; Consequential dimension; Factor analysis; Well-being, spiritual
  • Spiritual Well-being: Conceptualization and Measurement.
    Ellison, Craig W. (1983)
    Journal of Psychology and Theology 11:4: 330-340.

    Reports the conceptualization of spiritual well-being, the development of the Paloutzian-Ellison scale that measures it, & research that has used the scale.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual
  • Spiriutal Well-being of the Dying.
    Moberg, David O. (1981)
    In Gari Lesnoff-Caravaglia (ed.) Aging and the Human Condition. New York: Human Sciences Press, pp. 139-155.

    Associated Search Terms: Death; Well-being, spiritual
  • Religion och Andlis Vaelfaerd: A Comparative Study of Religion and Spiritual Well-Being in Sweden and the United States of America.
    Moberg, David O. (1981)
    Stockholm: Religionssociologiska Institutet, Forskningsrapport Nr. 160.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual; United States; Comparative; Sweden
  • Social Indicators of Spiritual Well-being.
    Moberg, David O. (1980)
    In James A. Thorson and Thomas C. Cook, Jr. (eds.) Spiritual Well-Being of the Elderly. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, pp. 20-37.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual
  • Spiritual Well-being.
    Moberg, David O. (ed.) (1979)
    Washington: University Press of America.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual
  • Three Paths to Spiritual Well-being among the Mormons: Conversion, Obedience, and Repentance.
    Duke, James T., and D. Wayne Brown, Jr. (1979)
    In David O. Moberg (ed.), Spiritual Well-being. Sociological perspectives. Washington: University Press of America, pp. 173-189.

    Includes data from interviews conducted in Provo, Utah.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual; Mormon; United States, Utah, Provo
  • Spiritual Well-being: A Challenge for Interdisciplinary Research.
    Moberg, David O. (1978)
    Journal of the American Scientific Affiliation 30:2: 67-72.

    Overview of the conceptualization of spiritual well-being & the promise of research on it for improving policy decisions.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual; Policy research
  • Spiritual Well-being: A Neglected Subject in Quality of Life Research.
    Moberg, David O., and Patricia M. Brusek (1978)
    Social Indicators Research 5: 303-323.

    Associated Search Terms: Quality of life; Well-being, spiritual
  • Spiritual Well-Being: Background and Issues.
    Moberg, David O. (1971)
    Washington: White House Conference on Aging.

    Associated Search Terms: Well-being, spiritual
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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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