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    Praying as a Form of Religious Coping in Dutch Highly Educated Muslim Women of Moroccan Descent.Joseph Z. T. Pieper, Marinus H. F. van Uden & Leonie van der Valk - 2018 - Archive for the Psychology of Religion 40 (2-3):141-162.
    This article addresses the research question: “How do Dutch highly educated Muslim women of Moroccan descent use prayer in dealing with problems?” The theoretical framework was mainly based on the work of Pargament et al. regarding religious coping. The empirical part of the study consisted of a quantitative and a qualitative part. This article presents results of the quantitative part. For the quantitative part of our research, 177 questionnaires were collected using snowball sampling. We asked respondents about their praying practices (...)
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    Religion in Mental Health Care: Psychotherapists' Views.Joseph Z. T. Pieper & Marinus H. F. Van Uden - 2000 - Archive for the Psychology of Religion 23 (1):264-277.
    This paper presents the results of an empirical study among two groups of psychotherapists in the Netherlands. One group works in a mental health institution based on religious principles , and the other group in a general mental health institution . The investigation starts with an overview of the religious background and religious practices of the therapists. Some equations with the average Dutch citizen are made. The next part of the study deals with the perception by psychotherapists of religious issues (...)
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    Religious and Receptive Coping Importance for the Well-Being of Christian Outpatients and Parishioners.Margreet R. de Vries-Schot, Joseph Z. T. Pieper & Marinus H. F. van Uden - 2012 - Archive for the Psychology of Religion 34 (2):173-189.
    This article presents the results of a study in The Netherlands among two groups of religious people: i.e., 165 Christian outpatients and 171 parishioners. In this study, we focused on the following main questions. To what degree did these two groups of Christians practice positive religious coping, negative religious coping and receptive coping? What are the relationships between these three coping strategies? To what degree were positive religious, negative religious and receptive coping activities related to the well-being of the respondents? (...)
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    Religiöse und soziale Motivation für die kirchliche Trauung: Ergebnisse einer landesweiten Untersuchung unter Neuvermählten in den Niederlanden.Joseph Z. T. Pieper, Anke M. H. Hoenkamp-Bisschops & Marinus H. F. Van Uden - 1988 - Archive for the Psychology of Religion 18 (1):243-257.
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    Wallfahrt als Glaubensentwicklung: Wandlung und Festigung.Joseph Z. T. Pieper & Marinus H. F. Van Uden - 1992 - Archive for the Psychology of Religion 20 (1):270-283.
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