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Bart Duriez

Religiosity, moral attitudes and moral competence A research note on the relation between Religiosity and Morality BY BART DURIEZ Abstract The present research investigates the relation between the religiosity dimensions which Wulff (1991; 1997) described (Exclusion vs. Inclusion of

Friedrich Schweitzer

childhood and adolescence (cf. Schweitzer, 1992 ). However, their philosophical views were not based on systematic observation or on empirical approaches and data. Yet they deserve mention in the present context in that they raise questions that are still important today. More specifically I should say

Marinus van Uden and Jos Pieper

will present some results of a study among patients in a forensic psychiatric hospital in Th e Netherlands. We will focus on the following issues: the patients’ general religious beliefs and activities; the patients’ religious coping activities; the patients’ well-being ; the relationship between

Amina Hanif Tarar, Syeda Salma Hassan and Barbara Keller

* This article is a part of the first author’s PhD dissertation, and part of it has been presented at and abstracted in iapr , 2015, Istanbul, Turkey. The authors are highly grateful to Prof. Dr. Heinz Streib for his assistance. Introduction Religions and worldviews are becoming

Sharon Mary Cruise, Christopher Alan Lewis and Bill Lattimer

Christianity; however, these studies were limited to comparatively small samples ( N s = 39, 114, 58). Th e present study examined the temporal stability of the 7-item version of the Francis Scale of Attitude toward Christianity over a 15-week period among a sample of 581 English chil- dren aged between 10 and

Jim Kloet and Luke W. Galen

religiosity conflate the weakly religious with the completely nonreligious, and religious belief with group membership, leading to spurious associations. The present study characterizes the growing nonreligious population by comparing church and secular group members on personality characteristics and social

Michael J. Breslin and Christopher Alan Lewis

. Consequently, Poloma and Pendleton’s measure was employed as a multidimensional measure of prayer in the present study. Breslin et al. ( 2010 ) concluded that the scoring system of the measure could be improved to facilitate greater variability among respondents and to obviate ambiguity. Accordingly, in the

J. Z. T Pieper

Religious resources of psychiatric inpatients BY J.Z.T PIEPER Abstract In this paper some results of a study among psychiatric patients in a large mental hospital in the Netherlands are presented. We focus on the following issues: - the religious and spiritual beliefs and activities of the

Hisham Motkal Abu-Rayya and Maram Hussien Abu-Rayya

Hisham Motkal Abu-Rayya a,1 and Maram Hussien Abu-Rayya b,2 a School of Psychology, Sydney University, Australia b Faculty of Education and Social Work, Sydney University, Australia Received: 20 May 2008; accepted: 15 September 2008 Summary Th e present study ascertained the validity and reliability of

Vanchai Ariyabuddhiphongs

conceptualiza- tions of Buddhist religiousness and life satisfaction and their diff erence with reference to the future and the present are discussed. Buddhist religiousness-life satisfaction nexus is then exam- ined against western religiousness-life satisfaction relationship. Keywords Buddhist religiousness