Psychology of Religion

Systems of Belief

Joris Dietziker - Bergische Universität Wuppertal (University of Wuppertal, Germany)

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jan
24
2016

How are what you believe and how you think related? This study aims to understand how your thinking style and preferences are related to what beliefs you hold regarding religion, paranormal phenomena as well as conspiracy theories.

Experiences of Religious and Spiritual Conversion

Dr Glenn Williams and Dr Leonie O'Dwyer - Leeds Beckett University, UK.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jan
24
2016

We are researching the experiences of adults who have converted to a religion/spiritual tradition other than the one of their upbringing. This study is aimed at learning more about the impact that conversion has had and has the goal of informing better provision of help, advice and support for converts.

Islamic Religiosity, Acculturation and Obsessive Compulsive Traits

Yasmin Hussain Al-haboubi - Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Dec
3
2015

This is a short study that looks at how Religiosity and obsessive compulsive traits are linked.

Spiritual/Religious Struggle and Emotional Well-Being in Female College Students

Jennifer Christian - Sofia University, USA.

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
Apr
8
2015

The purpose of this research is to explore the relationship between the emotional well-being and spiritual/religious lives of female college students (ages 18-25) currently enrolled in a college/university.

The Role of Self-Esteem and Assertiveness, in the Relationship Between Forgiveness, Relational Abuse, and Well-Being

Brandon Whittington - University of Missouri - St. Louis, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jul
13
2014

This study examines the effect of assertiveness and self-esteem on relationships between forgiveness and well-being, as well as forgiveness and physical abuse in committed relationships.

Characteristics of God Survey

Allen Keniston and Blaine Peden - University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Jul
13
2014

Professors Allen Keniston and Blaine Peden seek volunteers for a study of your beliefs about God and your relationship with God. We welcome people of all religions as well as those who consider themselves agnostic or atheist.

The Relationship between Religiosity, Social Behaviour and Mental Health

Elainah Greer, Elizabeth Hampson, Laura Halliwell, Dr. Patrick Rosenkranz and Professor Mark Freeston - Newcastle University, UK.

Time to complete - 30 minutes.
Dec
24
2013

The researchers have used pre-established scales to look at the degree and direction of the relationship between mental health and religion, and how it is mediated by social behaviour.

Spirituality Lifestyle Assessment

Nicole Keenan and Dr. Matthew Miller - Rowan University, USA.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Oct
15
2012

This study asks questions about your lifestyle (e.g., alcohol consumption), and spirituality. We hope to find out information about whether or not these characteristics are related to gender and age. This study should involve no risk to you. All information you provide us is provided anonymously.

Religion and Delinquent Behavior in Young Adults

C Hart - American University, USA.

Time to complete - 5 minutes.
Mar
15
2012

Calling for Christian youth!
Are you a college undergraduate and a Christian?
Participants are requested for a study that will examine the relationship between delinquency and Christianity. The study consists of 2-short online surveys: a religion survey and self-evaluation character survey. All responses are confidential and will be kept anonymous. Must be at least 18 years old to participate.

Spirituality, Relationship Satisfaction and Commitment in Members of Same-Sex Couples who Identify with a Christian Religious Denominaiton

Kristin Lenihan - Alliant.International University, USA.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Sep
16
2011

This study will examine associations among spirituality, commitment and relationship satisfaction among members of same-sex couples. Participants must be at least 18 years of age, identify as a member of a same-sex couple, live with their romantic partner, and identify with a Christian religious denomination (e.g., Protestant, Catholic, Unitarian). Participants need not be active members of their religious institution nor attend services.

Prayer Requests to God

Bonnie Poon Zahl and Nicholas J.S. Gibson. - University of Cambridge, UK.
Feb
18
2011

An investigation of people’s experiences of making requests to God regardless of religious background/tradition (including non-believers with such experiences).

Investigating the Relationship between Religiosity and Cognitive Style

Sophie Brown and Patrick Rosenkranz - Newcastle University
Dec
20
2010

We are looking at the relationship between religiosity (how religious you are) and cognitive style. The study is open to anyone and should take no longer than 30 minutes.

Religious, Spiritual, Supernatural and Paranormal Experiences: The Individual Experiences and Beliefs

Kirsten Barnes - University of Cambridge
Mar
16
2010

The aim of this research is to investigate spiritual, religious, supernatural and paranormal (SRSP) experiences from the perspective of psychology, as well as to try to identify any other factors which might go hand-in-hand with these experiences.  While this study is interested in SRSP experiences, you do not have to have had one of the above to participate. We are equally interested in comparing these experiences with non-experience.

Individual Differences in Mysticism

Anna Keen and Supervisor Patrick Rosencrantz - Newcastle University
Nov
22
2009

Study to increase knowledge of individual differences between those who believe in mysticism, and those who are more sceptical

Identity & Ideology

Robert Blagg - Claremont Graduate University, USA
Sep
13
2009

This study examines individuals’ identities as they relate to their perceptions of a religious leader

Religiosity in South Asian Muslim Women and their Proneness to Shame and Self-compassion

Miss Deba Choudhury - University of Southampton
Sep
9
2009

How South Asian Muslim women(aged 18-30yrs UK residents) process social situations and how this is related with different attitudes and well-being

Females only

Strength and Internalization of Religious and Moral Beliefs

Ed Deci & Jacqueline M. Anson - University of Rochester, USA
Aug
23
2009

The study focuses on the nature and purpose of various religious beliefs

Relationship between Religion and Health

Nisha Sroa & Glenn Williams - Nottingham Trent University
Feb
4
2009

Investigating effect of different religion orientation and how this impacts individuals health

Existential Orientation related to Cognitive Style and Social Functioning

Lyndsay Brickles & Patrick Rosenkranz - Newcastle University
Nov
28
2008

The main aim of the research is to explore religious beliefs with relation to cognitive style and social functioning. The questionnaire should take around 20 minutes to complete

Religion Questionnaire

Nicholas Gibson - University of Cambridge
Aug
13
2008

The University of Cambridge is looking for UK Christians aged 18+ to complete a study investigating how different religious variables are related to one another. To see if you are eligible you first need to join our participant panel. Eligible participants will then be invited to participate. For more information e-mail: kb381@cam.ac.uk

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