Dimensions of religion, depression symptomatology, and substance use among rural African American cocaine users.

Abstract

Research has shown a relationship between depression, substance use, and religiosity but, few have investigated this relationship in a community sample of African Americans who use drugs. This study examined the relationship between dimensions of religion (positive and negative religious coping; private and public religious participation; religious… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/15332640.2014.873605

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@article{Montgomery2014DimensionsOR, title={Dimensions of religion, depression symptomatology, and substance use among rural African American cocaine users.}, author={Brooke E. E. Montgomery and Katharine E. Stewart and Keneshia J Bryant and Songthip T Ounpraseuth}, journal={Journal of ethnicity in substance abuse}, year={2014}, volume={13 1}, pages={72-90} }