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Handbook of Religion and Health
This book, the first of its kind, reviews and discusses the full range of research on religion and a variety of mental and physical health outcomes. Based on this research, the authors buildExpand
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Conceptualizing Religion and Spirituality: Points of Commonality, Points of Departure
Psychologists' emerging interest in spirituality and religion as well as the relevance of each phenomenon to issues of psychological importance requires an understanding of the fundamentalExpand
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CheXpert: A Large Chest Radiograph Dataset with Uncertainty Labels and Expert Comparison
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We present CheXpert, a large dataset that contains 224,316 chest radiographs of 65,240 patients. Expand
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Is gratitude a moral affect?
Gratitude is conceptualized as a moral affect that is analogous to other moral emotions such as empathy and guilt. Gratitude has 3 functions that can be conceptualized as morally relevant: (a) aExpand
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TARGET ARTICLE: Explaining the Relationships Between Religious Involvement and Health
There is increasing research evidence that religious involvement is associated both cross-sectionally and prospectively with better physical health, better mental health, and longer survival. TheseExpand
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Spirituality and Health: What We Know, What We Need to Know
Spirituality and religion have been seen as beneficial, harmful, and irrelevant to health. We examine the recent research on this topic. We focus on (a) defining spirituality and religion bothExpand
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Religion and mental health: evidence for an association
The relationship between religion and mental health has been debated for centuries. History shows that religious organizations were often the first to offer compassionate care to the mentally ill;Expand
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Does religious attendance prolong survival? A six-year follow-up study of 3,968 older adults.
METHODS A probability sample of 3,968 community-dwelling adults aged 64-101 years residing in the Piedmont of North Carolina was surveyed in 1986 as part of the Established Populations for theExpand
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A Systematic Review of the Religiosity and Delinquency Literature
The influence of religion on delinquency has been debated for more than 30 years, and yet, there remains a lack of consensus about the nature of this relationship. In an effort to bring some clarityExpand
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The Relationship between Religious Activities and Blood Pressure in Older Adults
Objective: To examine the relationship between religious activities and blood pressure in community-dwelling older adults. Method: Blood pressure and religious activities were assessed in aExpand
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