Religiosity and fear of death: a three‐nation comparison

@article{Ellis2013ReligiosityAF,
  title={Religiosity and fear of death: a three‐nation comparison},
  author={L. Ellis and Eshah A. Wahab and Malini Ratnasingan},
  journal={Mental Health, Religion & Culture},
  year={2013},
  volume={16},
  pages={179 - 199}
}
Numerous studies have sought to determine if religiosity is correlated with fear of death. Findings have been anything but consistent, with reports of negative relationships, positive relationships, no relationship, and even curvilinear associations. To shed light on this still contentious issue, the present study was undertaken among college students in three countries – Malaysia, Turkey, and the United States. Overall, the patterns in all three countries were similar. When linearity was… Expand
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