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Are Gratitude and Spirituality Protective Factors Against Psychopathology

  title={Are Gratitude and Spirituality Protective Factors Against Psychopathology},
  author={David H. Rosmarin and Elizabeth J. Krumrei and Kenneth I. Pargament},
Anxiety and depression are common responses to trauma and bereavement.  However, gratitude and spirituality may be helpful to individuals experiencing anxiety and depression in response to a loss, and therefore empirical investigation into the links between these variables is warranted.  This study investigated the relationships between gratitude, spiritual/religious variables, anxiety and depression across multiple religious groups.  Two independent samples consisting of n = 120 Christians… 
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