Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Divine self and selves: Religious practices and orientations toward religion among adolescents in globalizing northern Thailand.

Mounting evidence suggests that modern globalization is reshaping the lives of young people around the globe. Strikingly little is known, though, about how globalization affects young people’s orientations toward religion. In the current study, 40 Thai…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Religiosity and effortful control as predictors of antisocial behavior in Muslim Indonesian adolescents: Moderation and mediation models.

Moderation and mediation models of the relation between religiosity and effortful control as predictors of problem behavior and aggression were assessed in this study of 237 16-year-old Muslim Indonesian adolescents. Adolescents reported their engageme…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The psychological salience of religiosity and spirituality among Christian young people in New Zealand: A mixed-methods study.

This mixed-methods exploratory study examined the psychological salience of religiosity and spirituality in a sample of young people (ages 16–21, Mage = 18.9 years; SD = 1.36) from New Zealand. Participants completed a cross-sectional online questionna…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Spirituality and ethnocultural empathy among Italian adolescents: The mediating role of religious identity formation processes.

The current study examined the unique and combined roles of spirituality and religious identity formation processes on ethnocultural empathy among Italian youth. Spirituality was conceptualized as a desire for self-transcendence. Ethnocultural empathy …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Assessing religious support in Christian adolescents: Initial validation of the Multi-Faith Religious Support Scale-Adolescent (MFRSS-A).

The Multi-Faith Religious Support Scale-Adolescent (MFRSS-A) was psychometrically assessed with Christian adolescents (N = 500, ages 12–19). Then, relationships between religious support and emotional functioning were examined. The MFRSS-A was adapted …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Disaggregating behavioral and psychological components of religious and spiritual development across adolescence: Variations by geographic location.

Religious behavior and spirituality are associated with a variety of positive youth outcomes including higher levels of academic achievement and community service, and lower levels of illicit substance use. However, few studies have investigated whethe…

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