Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion

(The H4-Index of Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion is 25. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Age and Religiosity: Evidence from a Three-Wave Panel Analysis158
Predicting Prejudice from Religious Fundamentalism and Right‐Wing Authoritarianism: A Multiple‐Regression Approach144
Religious Involvement and Social Resources: Evidence from the Data Set "Americans' Changing Lives"117
Church-Based Emotional Support, Negative Interaction, and Psychological Well-Being: Findings from a National Sample of Presbyterians117
Trajectories of Religious Participation from Adolescence to Young Adulthood88
Where's the Religion? Distinguishing Faith-Based from Secular Social Service Agencies73
Changing American Congregations: Findings from the Third Wave of the National Congregations Study54
Religious Heritage and Premarital Sex: Evidence from a National Sample of Young Adults53
Religion and HIV Risk Behaviors Among Married Men: Initial Results from a Study in Rural Sub-Saharan Africa52
Secularization and Religious Revival: Evidence from U.S. Church Attendance Rates, 1972-198652
Do Genetic Factors Influence Religious Life? Findings from a Behavior Genetic Analysis of Twin Siblings50
Self-Esteem and Religiosity: An Analysis of Catholic Adolescents from Five Cultures44
From Black Muslim to Bilalian: The Evolution of a Movement44
Religious Differences in Female Genital Cutting: A Case Study from Burkina Faso40
The Economy of Love in Religious Commitment: The Deconversion of Women from Nontraditional Religious Movements39
Religion and Early Marriage in the United States: Evidence from the Add Health Study35
Religious Attendance, Health Maintenance Beliefs, and Mammography Utilization: Findings from a Nationwide Survey of Presbyterian Women32
Religiousness, Spiritual Seeking, and Authoritarianism: Findings from a Longitudinal Study31
Mapping Religion's Other: A Review of the Study of Nonreligion and Secularity31
From Religious to Consumption-Related Routine Activities? Analyzing Ireland's Economic Boom and the Decline in Church Attendance27
Updating Allport's and Batson's Framework of Religious Orientations: A Reevaluation from the Perspective of Self-Determination Theory and Wulff's Social Cognitive Model26
Religion and Altruistic U.S. Foreign Policy Goals: Evidence from a National Survey of Church Members26
Never on Sunny Days: Lessons from Weekly Attendance Counts26
Assessing Conventional Wisdom about Religion and Politics: A Preliminary View from the Pews26
Separating the “Sinner” from the “Sin”: Religious Orientation and Prejudiced Behavior Toward Sexual Orientation and Promiscuous Sex26
Religiosity, Self-Control, and Virginity Status in College Students from the “Bible Belt”: A Research Note25