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Specific Religious Coping Method Studies

Mickley, J., Pargament, K. I., Brant, C., & Hipp, K. (1998) God and the search for meaning among hospice caregivers.  Hospice Journal, 13, 1-18.

Pargament, K. I. & Rye, M. (1998).  Forgiving as a method of religious coping.  In E. Worthington & M. McCullough (Eds.), Dimensions of forgiveness:  Psychological research and theological perspectives (pp. 57-76).  Philadelphia:  Templeton Press.

Pargament, K. I, Cole, B., Vandecreek, L., Belavich, T., Brant, C., & Perez, L. (1999). The vigil:  Religion and the search for control in the hospital waiting room. Journal of Health Psychology, 4, 327-341.

Cole, B. & Pargament, K. I. (1999).  Spiritual surrender:  A paradoxical path to control.  In W. Miller (Ed.), Integrating spirituality in treatment:  Resources for practitioners (pp. 179-198).  Washington, D. C:  APA Press.

Pargament, K. I., Poloma, M., & Tarakeshwar, N. (2001).  Methods of coping from the religious world: The bar mitzvah, karma and spiritual healing.  In C. R. Snyder (Ed.), Coping with stress:  Effective people and processes (pp. 259-284).  New York: Oxford University Press.

Phillips, R. E. III., Pargament, K. I., Lynn, Q. K., & Crossley, C. D. (2004). Self-directing religious coping:  A deistic God, abandoning God, or no God at all?  Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 43, 409-418.

Pargament, K. I. (2006).  The meaning of spiritual transformation.  In J. D. Koss-Chioino & P. Hefner (Eds.), Spiritual transformation and healing: Anthropological, theological, neuroscientific, and clinical perspectives (pp. 10-24).  Walnut Creek, CA:  Altamira Press.

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