Citation:Gull, Bethany, Jesse Smith, and Ryan Cragun. 2023. “Outcast Women: Gender and Authenticity in Ex-Mormon Women’s Disaffiliation Narratives.” Nova Religio 26(3):7–29. doi: 10.1525/nr.2023.26.3.7. This article is available for download here.
Citation:Cragun, Ryan T. 2022. “Does Interfaith Programming on College Campuses Influence Attitudes Toward Religious Minorities?: A Case Study.” Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion 32:238–61. This article can be downloaded here.
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:Cragun, Ryan T., and J. E. Sumerau. 2020. “A Socioevolutionary Approach to Religious Change.” Pp. 1–28 in Oxford Handbook of Evolutionary Perspectives on Religion, edited by T. K. Shackelford and J. R. Liddle. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. This chapter can be downloaded here.
Citation:Speed, David, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2018. “Response to ‘Masturbation: Scientific Evidence and Islam’s View.’” Journal of Religion and Health. DOI: 10.1007/s10943-018-0627-x This article can be downloaded here.
Citation:Cragun, Ryan T., John Stinespring, and Andrew Tillman. 2019. “Sunday Football or Church? A Case Study in Substitutes and Complements.” Review of Religious Research 61(2):169–87. You can read this article here.
Citation: Sumerau, J. E., Lain A. B. Mathers, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2018. “Incorporating Transgender Experience Toward a More Inclusive Gender Lens in the Sociology of Religion.” Sociology of Religion 79(4):425–48. You can download this article here.