Table of contents for Handbook of the psychology of religion and spirituality / edited by Raymond F. Paloutzian, Crystal L. Park.

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Part I. Foundations of the Psychology of Religion 
1. Integrative Themes in the Current Science of the Psychology of Religion
Raymond F. Paloutzian and Crystal L. Park
2. Religiousness and Spirituality
Brian J. Zinnbauer and Kenneth I. Pargament
3. Measurement Assessment and Issues in the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
Peter C. Hill 
4. Research Methods in the Psychology of Religion
Ralph W. Hood, Jr. and Jacob A. Belzen
5. Psychodynamic Psychologies and Religion: Past, Present, and Future
Jozef Corveleyn and Patrick Luyten
6. Evolutionary Psychology: An Emerging New Foundation for the Psychology of Religion
Lee A. Kirkpatrick
Part II. Religion through the Developmental Lens 
7. Religious and Spiritual Development in Childhood
Chris J. Boyatzis
8. Religious Development from Adolescence to Middle Adulthood
Michael R. Levenson, Carolyn M. Aldwin, and Michelle D'Mello
9. Points of Connection: Gerontology and the Psychology of Religion
Susan H. McFadden
10. Religion's Role in Marriage and Parenting in Daily Life and during Family Crises
Andrew B. Mahoney and Nalini Tarakeshwar 
Part III. Religion and Basic Psychology Subdisciplines 
11. The. Neuropsychology of Religious and Spiritual Experience
Andrew B. Newberg and Stephanie K. Newberg
12. Cognitive Approaches to Religion
Elizabeth Weiss Ozorak
13. Emotion and Religion
Robert A. Emmons 
14. The Role of Personality in Understanding Religious and Spiritual Constructs
Ralph L. Piedmont
15. Religion, Attitudes, and Social Behavior
Michael J. Donahue and Michael A. Nielsen
Part IV. The Construction and Expression of Religion 
16. Religion and Meaning 
Crystal L. Park
17. Religious and Spiritual Struggles
Julie Juola Exline and Ephraim Rose
18. Religious Conversion and Spiritual Transformation: A Meaning-System Analysis
Raymond F. Paloutzian
19. Mystical, Spiritual, and Religious Experiences
Ralph W. Hood, Jr. 
20. Religious Practice, Ritual, and Prayer
Bernard Spilka
21. Fundamentalism and Authoritarianism
Bob Altemeyer and Bruce Hunsberger
22. Religion and Forgiveness
Michael E. McCullough, Giacomo Bono, and Lindsey M. Root
23. Religion, Morality, and Self-Control: Values, Virtues, and Vices
Anne L. Geyer and Roy F. Baumeister
Part V. Psychology of Religion and Applied Areas 
24. Do Religion and Spirituality Influence Health?
Doug Oman and Carl E. Thoresen
25. Relationships of Religiosity and Spirituality with Mental Health and Psychopathology
Lisa Miller and Brien S. Kelley
26. The Religious Dimension of Coping: Advances in Theory, Research, and Practice
Kenneth I. Pargament, Gene G. Ano, and Amy B. Wachholtz
27. The Psychology of Religion in Clinical and Counseling Psychology
Edward P. Shafranske
28. From Advocacy to Science: The Next Steps in Workplace Spirituality Research
Robert A. Giacalone, Carole L. Jurkiewicz, and Louis W. Fry
29. Religion, Violence, Terrorism, and Peace: A Meaning-System Analysis
Israela Silberman
30. One Step toward Integration and an Expansive Future
Crystal L. Park and Raymond F. Paloutzian
Author Index 
Subject Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychology, Religious.
Spirituality -- Psychology.