The Effects Of Religiousness On Parenting Stress And Practices In The African American Family

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religiousness reported significantly greater social support from their friends, more favorable parenting practices, higher socioeconomic status, and lower hostility in their parenting (Strayhorn et al., 1990). In a study of 92 African American mothers, Wiley, Warren and Montanelli (2002)

Mothers Religious Influence on Children Experiencing Trauma

Apr 07, 2019 enslavement in the Americas, the first African revolution in the Americas for the right of self-governance, and a centuries-old symbol of the continued struggle of Africans who have undergone colonization and neo-colonization. You are an inspiration to me, a Black/African American/Black American male.

Research on Religion, Spirituality, and Mental Health: A Review

Religious beliefs and practices have long been linked to hysteria, neurosis, and psychotic delusions. However, recent studies have identified another side of religion that may serve as a psychological and social resource for coping with stress. After defining the terms

Religion and Spirituality in Childhood and Adolescence

Religious faith, beliefs, and activities are important aspects of the lives of American adolescents. Although researchers have found a general age trend for religiousness to declin e from childhood through adolescence (Benson, Donahue, & Erickson, 1989; King, Elder, &

Parental spiritual coping as a protective factor against

psychological aggression potential and parenting stress. A sample of Korean American adults who identified as Christians and had at least one child aged 18 and under were included in the sample (n = 108). Correlations associated with parental daily spiritual practices, their psychological aggression potential, and parenting stress were examined.

Daphne S. Cain, Ph. D., LCSW

Dissertation: Family Structure, Religiousness and Infant Gender Effects on Parenting Practices in the African-American Family Terri Combs-Orme, Ph. D. (Chair) East Carolina University, Greenville, NC Master of Social Work with emphasis in Mental Health, 1995. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Mediating Role of Parent-Adolescent Relationship Quality NIH

For organizational religiousness, the Equal Direct Effect model was the best-fitting model (see Table 2), indicating that the direct effects of religiousness on adolescent outcomes did not significantly differ between boys and girls, although the indirect effects of religiousness quality.

The impact of spirituality on mental health

information, companionship and practical help that enables people to cope with stress and negative life events or exerts its own main effects. Some researchers have argued that certain expressions or elements of spirituality may positively affect various physiological mechanisms involved in health. Emotions encouraged in many spiritual traditions,

CURRICULUM VITAE May, 2011 S C. PITTS

9/06-8/07 $57,475 Mediators of the Effects of Religiousness on Alcohol Use (PI: Johnson, T. Indiana State University) (Statistical consultant) 9/05-8/08 $15,000 SEEK III Safe Environment for Every Kid project, UMB

Church Bulletin References - Family Research Council

o D.S. Cain, The effects of religiousness on parenting stress and practices in the African American family Families in Society-the Journal of Contemporary Social Services 88, no. 2 (2007): 268. Holding high subjective or intrinsic religious beliefs positively influences maternal responsiveness to their children.

Daphne S. Cain, Ph. D., LCSW

The effects of religiousness on parenting stress and practices in the African-American family. Families in Society, 88(2), 263 272. Page, T., Combs-Orme, T., & Cain, D. S. (2007). New mothers psychological experience and behavioral interactions with their infants in the first 12 months. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 16, 155 - 167.

The whole is greater than the sum of its parts

Paper 1, 12:45 pm 1:00 pm, Religiousness, Stress, and Inflammation in a Low SES Sample: Evidence from Add Health Blevins, C. Paper 2, 1 pm 1:15 pm, The Influence of Religion upon American Muslim Mammography Beliefs and Practices Padela, A.I. Paper 3, 1:15 pm 1:30 pm, Religious Influences as a Predictor of Cancer-Related Health

CURRICULUM VITAE Sawssan R. Ahmed Ph.D. Assistant Professor

Poster presented at the 110th convention of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL. Ahmed, S.R., Polo, A., & Waterman, J. (2002, April). Adjustment among inner city African American and Latino adolescents: The role of community and family stressors, ethnic identity, and religiosity. Poster presented at the biennial

Daphne S. Cain, Ph. D., LCSW

Sep 24, 2015 Dissertation: Family Structure, Religiousness and Infant Gender Effects on Parenting Practices in the African-American Family Terri Combs-Orme, Ph. D. (Chair) East Carolina University, Greenville, NC Master of Social Work with emphasis in Mental Health, 1995 North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC