Ralph L. Piedmont is Psychologist at the Department of Pastoral Counseling, Loyola College in Maryland, Columbia, USA. One of his publications is The Revised NEO Personality Inventory: Clinical and Research Applications (Plenum Press, 1998).
Researchers, scholars, teachers, religious leaders, and graduate and professional students in the social and behavioral sciences, religion, and theology who include attention to the scientific investigation of religion and spirituality.
Table of contents
Christian Belief About the Bible and the Holy Spirit in Relation to Psychological Type.
Monastic Spirituality Beyond the Cloister: A Preliminary Look at Lay Cistercians.
William L. Smith
Relationships Between Spiritual Transcendence and Emotional Intelligence Among Older Catholic Nuns.
Ann Billard, Joanne M. Greer, Mary Ellen Merrick, William Sneck, S.J., and N. J. Scheers
A Comparison of Religiosity Between European-Americans, African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans and Asian-Americans.
God Images and Self-Esteem: A Study Among 11-18 Year-olds.
Leslie J. Francis
Charismatic Experience and Emotional Stability: A Study Among Adult Christians.
Leslie J. Francis and Susan H. Jones
Social Mobility and Religion: Evidence From Lebanon.
Marianne El Khoury and Ugo Panizza
Hope, Optimism, Pessimism, and Spirituality as Predictors of Well-Being Controlling for Personality
Joseph W. Ciarrocchi and Erin Deneke
Parental Rejection and Religiosity: Differential Predictors of Mood and Substance Use.
John J. Cecero and Adam L. Fried
Is a Consensus Definition of Spirituality Possible? Theory Construction in Spiritually-Oriented Psychotherapy.
Religious Coping and Mental Health Outcomes in Family Members Making DNR Decisions.
Johanna R. Sood, Celia B. Fisher, and Daniel P. Sulmasy
Spirituality, Religious Commitment, and Psychological Well-being
Stephen A. Price and Lawrence G. Herringer
Spiritual Transcendence as an Unmediated Causal Predictor of Psychological Growth and Worldview Among Filipinos
Gabriel S. Dy-Liacco, M. Christine Kennedy, Donna J. Parker, and Ralph L. Piedmont
Spirituality as “Feeling Connected with the Transcendent:” Outline of a Transpersonal Psychology of Adult Development of Self.