Citation:Cragun, Ryan T., and David Speed. 2022. “Religious and Non-Religious Perspectives on Happiness and Wellbeing.” Pp. 167–91 in Religious and Secular Perspectives on Happiness and Wellbeing, Routledge Studies in Religion, edited by S. Sugirtharajah. London: Routledge. This book chapter can be downloaded here.
Citation:Speed, David, Caitlin Barry, and Ryan Cragun. 2020. “With a Little Help from My (Canadian) Friends: Health Differences between Minimal and Maximal Religiosity/Spirituality Are Partially Mediated by Social Support.” Social Science & Medicine 265:1–9. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2020.113387. This article can be downloaded here.
Citation: Hwang, Karen and Ryan T. Cragun. 2017. “Agnostic, Atheistic, and Non-Religion Orientations.” Pp. 309–33 in Better Health Through Spiritual Practices: A Guide to Religious Behaviors and Practices that Benefit Mind and Body, edited by D. VonDras. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. You can download this book chapter here.
Citation: Cragun, Deborah, Ryan T. Cragun, Brian Nathan, J. E. Sumerau, and Alexandra C. H. Nowakowski. 2016. “Do Religiosity and Spirituality Really Matter for Social, Mental, and Physical Health?: A Tale of Two Samples.” Sociological Spectrum 36(6):359–77. This article can be downloaded here.