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Leslie Francis, Mandy Robbins and Emyr Williams

traditional religiosity and to growth in alternative spiritualities. Th e present study examined whether such alternative spiritualities occupy the same personality space as traditional religiosity. A sample of 2,950 13- to 16-year-old pupils attending 11 secondary schools in England and Wales completed the

Mohsen Joshanloo and Parviz Rastegar

University of Tehran was also used. This sample consisted of 32 female and 16 male students. The mean age was 21.81 ( SD = 1.80). Participants responded in their native language (i.e., Farsi/Persian) to 18 items concerning Sufi beliefs. English translation of these items is presented in Table 1. Items are

Mohsen Joshanloo, Mohsen Joshanloo and Parviz Rastegar

University of Tehran was also used. This sample consisted of 32 female and 16 male students. The mean age was 21.81 ( SD = 1.80). Participants responded in their native language (i.e., Farsi/Persian) to 18 items concerning Sufi beliefs. English translation of these items is presented in Table 1. Items are

Sarah Bänziger, Femke Janssen, Dirk Hutsebaut and Jessie Dezutter

evidence for the existence of a positive rela- tionship. Nevertheless, it remains largely unclear which aspects of both religion and mental health take part in this relationship. The present study uses multiple measures of religion and of mental health to obtain a more re fi ned view of this relationship

Katarzyna Skrzypińska

philosophers competed to discover the mystery of the “human engine” and discussions of these concepts are present in many historical masterpieces, including works by Plato ( Dialogues, Letters , trans. 1883) or Aristotle ( On The Soul , trans. 1957). But with the birth of psychology as a science, new

Margo Rooijackers, Frank Kemper, Cécile Nijsten and Jan Van Der Lans

demonstrated frequently in empirical research among Christian believers. In this article, we demonstrate that this relationship also exists in a Muslim religious context. Data are presented, collected from a sample of Muslim youngsters of Turkish and Moroccan origin, now living in The Netherlands. Analysis of

Hilde Hanevik, Knut A. Hestad, Lars Lien, Inge Joa, Tor Ketil Larsen and Lars Johan Danbolt

their religious belief to be of great importance to them, even life saving (Hanevik, Hestad, Lien, Teglbjaerg, & Danbolt, 2013 ; Hustoft, Hestad, Lien, Møller, & Danbolt, 2013 ; Mohr et al., 2011 ). In the present study we will apply the term psychosis according to the dsm -5 description ( apa

Berit Borgen

). These will be referred to in this article to demonstrate and enlighten the described phenomena. Excerpts from four interview transcripts from the study described in the Licentiate’s thesis (Borgen, 1994 ), which illustrate the interviewees’ mental growth processes, are presented and analysed. The

Spirituality in Psychotherapy

An Analysis of Hungarian Psychoterapists’ Experiences—A Grounded Theory Study

Teodóra Tomcsányi, Viola Sallay, Zsuzsanna Jáki, Péter Török, Tünde Szabó, András Ittzés, Krisztina Csáky-Pallavicini, Edith A. Kiri, Katalin Horváth-Szabó and Tamás Martos

region, they also offer new insight into the manifold ways of how psychotherapists may deal with spiritual themes. Our findings are presented and discussed using three theoretical frames: a systemic view of the process of psychotherapy, the intersubjective space of patient and therapist, and the notion

Yanfei Hou, Xiangang Feng, Xueling Yang, Zicong Yang, Xiaoyuan Zhang and Harold G. Koenig

), Akaike information criterion ( AIC ), and expected cross-validation index ( ECVI ). Cutoff criteria for fit indices were determined following the recommendation of Hu and Bentler (1999). Results The demographic characteristics of the study participants are presented in Table 1. Only 12.7% of