Valid assessment of spiritual quality of life with the WHOQOL-SRPB BREF across religious, spiritual, and secular persons: A psychometric study
Citation: Hammer, Joseph H., Nathaniel G. Wade, and Ryan T. Cragun. (forthcoming). “Valid Assessment of Spiritual Quality of Life with the WHOQOL-SRPB BREF across Religious, Spiritual, and Secular Persons: A Psychometric Study.” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. This article can be downloaded here. (Image generated using DALL-E 3.)
Daily spiritual experiences and well-being among the nonreligious, spiritual, and religious: A bifactor analysis
Citation:Hammer, Joseph H., and Ryan T. Cragun. 2019. “Daily Spiritual Experiences and Well-Being among the Nonreligious, Spiritual, and Religious: A Bifactor Analysis.” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 11(4):463–73. doi: https://doi.org/10.1037/rel0000248. This article can be downloaded here. (Image generated using DALL-E 3.)
Religious/Secular Distance: How far apart are teenagers and their parents?
Citation:Cragun, Ryan T., Joseph H. Hammer, Michael Nielsen, and Nicholas Autz. 2018. “Religious/Secular Distance: How Far Apart Are Teenagers and Their Parents?” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10(3):288–95. doi: https://doi.org/10.1037/rel0000205. You can download this article here.
“A Mormon Just Believes”: And So Do Lots of Other People
Citation:Cragun, Ryan T. 2016. “‘A Mormon Just Believes’: And So Do Lots of Other People.” Pp. 29–40 in Singing and Dancing to The Book of Mormon: Critical Essays on the Broadway Musical, edited by M. E. Shaw and H. Welker. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. This book chapter can be downloaded here. (Image generated using […]