Volume 36

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Volume 36
Issues
  1. cover Winter 2008 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. God Images Following Hurricane Katrina in South Mississippi: An Exploratory Study
    2. Theologically-informed Education About Masturbation: A Male Sexual Health Perspective
    3. Religious Doubt and Identity Formation: Salient Predictors of Adolsecent Religious Doubt
    4. Winnicott's Object Relations Theory and the Work of the Holy Spirit
    5. Using Spiritual Self-Disclosure in Psychotherapy
    6. Feeling Queasy About the Incarnation: Terror Management Theory, Death, and the Body of Jesus
  2. cover Fall 2008 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. The Emotional Burden of Monotheism: Satan, Theodicy, and Relationship with God
    2. Who Cares? Generativity and the Moral Emotions, Part 1. Advancing the "Psychology of Ultimate Concerns"
    3. Who Cares? Generativity and the Moral Emotions, Part 2: A "Social Intuitonist Model" of Moral Motivation
    4. Who Cares? Generativity and the Moral Emotions, Part 3. A Social Intuitionist "Ecology of Virtue"
    5. Healthy Questing & Mature Religious Reflection: Critique, Antecedents, Relevance of Attachment Theory?
  3. cover Summer 2008 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Christian Vocation: Defining Relations with Identity Status, College Adjustment, and Spirituality
    2. Beliefs About Life-After-Death, Psychiatric Symptomology and Cognitive Theories of Psychopathology
    3. Sexual Orientation, Mental Health, Gender, and Spirituality: Prejudicial Attitudes & Social Influence in Faith Communities
    4. The Church as Forgiving Community: An Initial Model
    5. Understanding the Role of Relational Factors in Christian Spirituality
  4. cover Spring 2008 Add to Cart $15.00
    1. Anthropological Foundations for Clinical Psychology: A Proposal
    2. Clinical Practice with Religious/Spiritual Issues: Niche, Proficiency or Specialty
    3. Diversity & the God Image: Examining Ethnic Differences in the Experience of God for a College-Age Population
    4. Sex and Gender Differences in Religiousness and Spirituality
    5. Emotion as an Integrative Topic: An Analysis of Faithful Feelings
    6. A Response to "Emotion as an Integrative Topic: An Analysis of Faithful Feelings" by James R Beck Some Thoughts on Integration