Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 15


Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion (RSSSR) publishes reports of innovative studies that pertain empirically or theoretically to the scientific study of religion, including spirituality, regardless of their academic discipline or professional orientation. Various articles are presented covering psychological, sociological and cross-cultural topics relevant to religious/spiritual researchers and academics.

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Profiling the personality of clergy: Abbreviated Eysenck Personality Profiler (EPP-A), Leslie J. Francis, Chris Jackson, and Susan H. Jones Killing as trauma: The religions implications of perpetration-induced traumatic stress, Rachel M. MacNair The impact of changing marital status on religious attendance in Australia, John M. Armstrong Religious switching: Does parents’ education matter?, Amy Adamczyk Burnout among male Anglican parochial clergy in England: Testing a modified form of the Maslach Burnout Inventory, Christopher J. R. Rutledge and Leslie Francis Religious coping moderates the relationship between early maladaptive schema origins and dysphoria, Christian T. Racine and John J. Cecero Gender Differences in stress among Protestant clergy: An exploratory study, Stephen J. Fichter Religious choice and the meaning of Church in the lives of evangelical seekers, Richard W. Christopherson Spirituality and religious variables as predictors of well-being in sex offenders, Brendan Geary, Joseph W. Ciarrocchi, and N.J. Scheers Mainline evangelical renewal movements: A preliminary inquiry, Sean F. Everton Happiness and the varieties of religious experience: Religious support, practices, and spirituality as predictors of well-being, Joseph W. Ciarrocchi and Erin Deneke Temptation bias: Seeing oneself as better able than others to resist temptation, Sheila Garos, James K. Beggan, and Annette Kluck The Logoplex as a paradigm for understanding spiritual transcendence, Ralph L. Piedmont