Psychology of Religion and Spirituality

(The H4-Index of Psychology of Religion and Spirituality is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
Partnering with God: Religious coping and perceptions of divine intervention predict spiritual transformation in response to religious−spiritual struggle.25
Religious and spiritual struggles and their links to psychological adjustment: A meta-analysis of longitudinal studies.25
The psychology of religion and spirituality: How big the tent?24
Religious identity and psychological well-being among middle-eastern migrants in Australia: The mediating role of perceived social support, social connectedness, and perceived discrimination.24
Theistic relational spirituality: Development, dynamics, health, and transformation.21
Integrating spirituality and mental health: Perspectives of adults receiving public mental health services in California.21
The role of religiousness and beliefs about sexuality in well-being among sexual minority mormons.20
Religiosity predicts unreasonable coping with COVID-19.20
Sex guilt or sanctification? The indirect role of religiosity on sexual satisfaction.19
Development and validation of the five-factor LAMBI measure of God representations.17
Spirituality and multiple dimensions of religion are associated with mental health in gay and bisexual men: Results from the One Thousand Strong cohort.17
Struggles experienced by religious minority families in the United States.17
Religious and spiritual struggles alter God representations.17
Exploring the mediating role of loneliness in the relationship between spirituality and health: Implications for the Latino health paradox.16
Green as the gospel: The power of stewardship messages to improve climate change attitudes.15
Stressful life events and religiousness predict struggles about religion and spirituality.15
Religiosity and prosocial behavior at national level.15
From parent to child: Family factors that influence faith transmission.15
Joint religiosity and married couples’ sexual satisfaction.15
Religion’s role in the illusion of gender equality: Supraliminal and subliminal religious priming increases benevolent sexism.15