Religion and Coping in Mental Health Care

By Joseph Pieper; Marinus Van Uden | Go to book overview

SUBJECT INDEX
Active agent 137
Active religious surrender 131
Alienation 101 102
Allocentric perception 90
Affiliation 101 102 106–108
Religious 52
Therapeutic 66
Anxiety 28 41 70 71 100 105 107–110 120–122 134 135 139 140 148
State 100 117 139
Trait 100 117 120 122 133 139
Appraisal
Cognitive 12 147
Primary 12
Secondary 12
Assessment 12 53 71 110 125
Psychological 21 145 148
Attribution 64
Authoritarianism 26 41
Autonomy 68 69
Basic trust 21 133 134 135 139 140 142
Basic Trust Scale 20 139
Bible reading 58 72 89 90 95–97 106–109 154
Celibacy 37–38
Church attendance 14 28 41 52 76 95 104–107 135 146
Clergy 16 19 37 58 64–66 74–77 94 146–147
Client-centered approach 66 74 91
Clinical psychology of religion 17 21 84 145 147–148 153 156
Cognitive system 83

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