Handbook of Religion and Health

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xi
  • Handbook of Religion and Health 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Part I - Historical Context 15
  • 1 - Definitions 17
  • 2 - Historical Timeline 24
  • Part II - Debating Religion's Effects on Health 51
  • 3 - Religion's Positive Effects 53
  • 4 - Religion's Negative Effects 60
  • 5 - The Patient's Experience 78
  • Part III - Research on Religion and Mental Health 95
  • 6 - Weil-Being 97
  • 7 - Depression 118
  • 8 - Suicide 136
  • 9 - Anxiety Disorders 144
  • 10 - Schizophrenia and Other Psychoses 154
  • 11 - Alcohol and Drug Use 166
  • 12 - Delinquency 181
  • 13 - Marital Instability 191
  • 14 - Personality 204
  • 15 - Understanding Religion's Effects on Mental Health 214
  • Part IV - Research on Religion and Physical Disorders 229
  • 16 - Heart Disease 231
  • 17 - Hypertension 250
  • 18 - Cerebrovascular Disease and the Brain 264
  • 19 - Immune System Dysfunction 276
  • 20 - Cancer 292
  • 21 - Mortality 318
  • 22 - With Shelley Dean Kilpatrick 331
  • 23 - Pain and Other Somatic Symptoms 344
  • 24 - Health Behaviors 358
  • 25 - Understanding Religion's Effects on Physical Health 382
  • Part V - Religion and Use of Health Services 395
  • 26 - Disease Prevention, Disease Detection, and Treatment Compliance 397
  • 27 - Use of General Medical and Mental Health Services 409
  • 28 428
  • Part VI - Clinical Applications 435
  • 29 - Health Professionals 437
  • 30 - Religious Professionals 449
  • Part VII - Priorities for Future Research 463
  • 31 - Areas of Research That Need Further Study 465
  • 32 - Research Methods 479
  • 33 - Measurement Tools 495
  • Part VIII - Studies on Religion and Health by Health Outcome 511
  • 34 - Topics Arranged in Order of Chapters in Book 513
  • Conclusions 591
  • Index 689
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