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Benjamin R. Meagher

a specific type of interpersonal judgment: impressions about the religiosity of others. For large numbers of people, religious identification represents an extremely meaningful component of their self-concept and social identity (Graham & Haidt, 2010 ; Ysseldyk, Matheson, & Anisman, 2010 ), so

Jordan P. LaBouff, Matthew Humphreys and Megan Johnson Shen

strongly associated with these group-focused or “binding” moral foundations, which allow moral communities to be created and maintained. By building and binding moral communities, religion can serve to promote the social good (Haidt, 2007). Is religiosity important in endorsement of group-focused moral

Iva Katzarska-Miller, Carole A. Barnsley and Stephen Reysen

Global Citizenship Identification and Religiosity Theorists have long discussed and debated the concept of global citizenship (see Dower, 2002 ; Oxley & Morris, 2013). A thematic review of prior literature shows that global citizenship is related to values and behaviors such as feeling

Religiosity, Spirituality, and God Concepts

Interreligious and Interdenominational Comparisons Within a German Sample

Christian Zwingmann and Sonja Gottschling

who label themselves as “spiritual” and religious/spiritual “nones,” rate themselves as religious and spiritual? And how do these seven groups differ with respect to centrality of religiosity and God concept? In exploring these questions we will be able to substantiate the contexts of faith in which

Hasan Kaplan

-blaming attitudes, BJW and religiosity (Islam) among people in the provinces of Canakkale and Istanbul in Turkey. Is there a relation between religiosity and victim-blaming attitudes and BJW? Although many studies suggest a positive relation between religiosity and a helpful attitude or pro-social behaviour (see

Abbas Abdollahi, Simin Hosseinian, Hassan Sadeghi and Tengku Aizan Hamid

stress as a potential mediator between social support, religiosity, and flourishing, to our knowledge no study has examined such possible mediation so far. In the light of this knowledge gap, this study attempts to explicate the mediating influence of perceived stress in the relationship between social

Development of a German Implicit Measure of Religiosity

Theoretical and Methodical Considerations, Initial Construction, and Validation

Robin E. Bachmann

of the relation between religiosity and health (Zwingmann, Klein, & Büssing, 2011 ; Zwingmann, Klein, & Höfling, 2011 ). Among the measurements of intensity of religiosity, the “Centrality of Religiosity Scale ( crs ),” developed by Huber ( 2003 , 2004 , 2008 ; Huber & Huber, 2012 ) has an

Csilla Deak and Vassilis Saroglou

religiosity value an extended morality. This includes both (1) interpersonal, prosocial morality (i.e. obligations with respect to others) and (2) impersonal, collectivistic deontological morality (i.e. obligations with respect to the self, the society, and the natural and sacred order of things). Furthermore

Heidi R. Riggio, Joshua Uhalt, Brigitte K. Matthies, Theresa Harvey, Nya Lowden and Victoria Umana

(2014), two experiments examine religiosity and explanations for the death or survival of people in a small American town who engage in evacuation/shelter preparation or religious behaviors in anticipation of an oncoming tornado. Global demographic studies indicate that about 84% of all people

Asim Yapici and F. Isil Bilican

Introduction Even though researchers have not agreed upon a single definition of religiosity and spirituality, religiosity could be defined as developing a personal attachment to a specific religion that has institutional and traditional foundations. Spirituality, on the other hand, is based