Psychology and religion; Mental health -- Religious aspects
Throughout the evolution of psychology, scientific study and religion have been
separated into independent realms of knowledge; probably due in large part to the
exclusion of religious experience from secular life in Western culture. The area...
The present study examined whether relationships between
personality characteristics and emotional reactions to mass
media exist. Specifically, the purpose of this study was
to find out if anxiety sensitivity, neuroticism and
depression, may make...
Invasive plants -- Connecticut -- Litchfield County
Habitat loss and invasive species are the biggest threats to biodiversity at a local
and global level. This study addresses the effects of woody invasive species in Litchfield
County, Connecticut. An edge to interior vascular plant study was done...
Estimates of the incidence of mental disorders indicate that 35% of inmates in prison populations have a diagnosable mental illness, indicating there is a need to understand how emotional disturbance plays a role in the mental status of female...