Does negative religious coping accompany, precede, or follow depression among Orthodox Jews?

@article{Pirutinsky2011DoesNR,
  title={Does negative religious coping accompany, precede, or follow depression among Orthodox Jews?},
  author={Steven Pirutinsky and D H Rosmarin and Kenneth I. Pargament and Elizabeth R. Midlarsky},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={132 3},
  pages={
          401-5
        }
}
BACKGROUND Cross sectional research suggests that negative religious coping (e.g., anger at God and religious disengagement) strongly correlates with depression and anxiety. However, causality is difficult to establish as negative coping can accompany, cause, or result from distress. Among Orthodox Jews, some studies have found correlations between negative religious coping and anxiety and depression, while others found that high levels of negative coping related with decreased distress. We… CONTINUE READING
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