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By Paul J. Mills
The impetus for this targeted factor arose from a panel presentation on spirituality, religiousness, and overall healthiness on the annual assembly of the Society of Behavioral drugs. jointly, the articles offer readers with an appreciation of the varied study and scientific demanding situations desirous about knowing the effect of religious ideals and practices on well-being, and the inventive techniques being taken to deal with them.
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01. ing others with HIV. The Ironson–Woods SR Index was not correlated significantly with medication adherence (not included in table). The unique contribution of each different factor is discussed later. Differences Between the LTS and COMP Groups on Ironson–Woods SR Index and Religious Behaviors Table 4 shows the comparison of the two groups (LTS and COMP) on the Ironson–Woods SR Index and on religious behaviors and addresses the question of whether the long survivors were higher on SR than the HIV-positive COMP group.
The Daily Spiritual Experience Scale was scored in the positive direction for these analyses. The following scales were scored such that a high score reflects more positive outcomes: Quality of Life, Optimism, Social Support. SWAN = Study of Women Across the Nation; SF = Short Form. 51, two tailed. 01, two tailed. was positively significantly correlated with Scheirer’s Optimism Scale (53) and Berkman’s scale of Perceived Social Support (54). The DSES was significantly negatively correlated with alcohol consumption.
Lancet. 1999, 353:664–667. (7) Fetzer Institute, National Institute on Aging Working Group: Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness, Spirituality for Use in Health Research. A Report of a National Working Group Supported by the Fetzer Institute in Collaboration With the National Institute on Aging. Kalamazoo, MI: Fetzer Institute, 1999. (8) Bradley MB, Green NM, Jones DE, Lynn M, McNeil L: Churches and Church Membership in the United States: 1990. Atlanta, GA: Glenmary Research Institute, 1992.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine: Spirituality, Religiousness, and Health: From Research to Clinical (Annals of Behavioral Medicine, Vol 24, Number 1, 2002) by Paul J. Mills