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Like many psychological topics, psychotherapy that is sensitive to spiritual issues can be viewed from both materialist and postmaterialist perspectives. After a brief discussion of some scientific and philosophical considerations distinguishing materialist and postmaterialist views, a 4-level...
Given the weak and potentially tenuous association between religiosity and actual forgiveness reported in the literature, why is it that religious people consistently they would forgive interpersonal offenses? Using a newly devised method for testing multiple mediator models, two studies were...
This qualitative research study examined the ways that helping professionals experience inspiration, as defined as divine guidance or influence, in their therapeutic work. It also explored their beliefs about how helping professionals can seek inspiration in their work. Open-ended survey...
Forgiveness is proposed to be an important pathway through which the effects of religion on health are mediated. Three separate studies were conducted to examine this hypothesis. In Study 1, older adults ( = 605) completed measures of forgiveness, religiosity, and health. Feeling forgiven by God...
Classical physics, anchored in materialist reductionism, offered adequate descriptions of everyday mechanics but ultimately proved insufficient for describing the mechanics of extremely high speeds or small sizes, and was supplemented nearly a century ago by quantum physics, which includes...
The benefits of religiousness for promoting well-being and avoiding risky behaviors has long been noted, especially for adolescents, but a precise understanding of the mechanism underlying this effect on risky behaviors has not yet been developed. We hypothesized that religious practices help...
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