Religious and Non-Religious Coping in Lung Transplant Candidates: Does Adding God to the Picture Tell Us More?

@article{Burker2005ReligiousAN,
  title={Religious and Non-Religious Coping in Lung Transplant Candidates: Does Adding God to the Picture Tell Us More?},
  author={Eileen J. Burker and D M Evon and Jan A. Sedway and Thomas M. Egan},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={28},
  pages={513-526}
}
Individuals use many non-religious coping (NRC) and religious coping (RC) strategies to cope with stress. In previous studies with lung transplant candidates, we found that NRC and RC predicted depression, anxiety, and disability. The present study aimed to (a) assess whether RC and NRC contributed uniquely to the prediction of distress and disability, or… CONTINUE READING