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Summer 2004, 32:2

Examining connections between values and practice in religiously committed U.K. clinical psychologists. Martyn Baker (Clinical Psychology Centre, University of East London, The Green, London, E15 4LZ, U.K.) and Michael Wang. Accepted for publication February 3, 2003.

The relationship between religion and anxiety: A study among Anglican clergymen and clergywomen. Susan H. Jones (Centre for Ministry Studies, University of Wales, Bangor, UK), Leslie J. Francis and Chris Jackson. Accepted for publication February 7, 2003.

The multidimensional nature of quest motivation. Richard Beck (Department of Psychology, Abilene Christian University, ACU Box 28011, Abilene, TX 79699), co-authored with Ryan K. Jessup. Accepted for Publication March 22, 2003.

Correlations of the holy spirit questionnaire with the spiritual well-being scale and the spiritual assessment inventory. Jennifer L. Fee (Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University, 13800 Biola Ave., La Mirada, CA 90639) and John A. Ingram. Accepted for publication September 5, 2003.

Spirituality and burnout: An incremental validity study.. Jonathan Golden (Department of Pastoral Counseling, Loyola College in Maryland, 7135 Minstrel Way, Columbia, MD 21045) coauthored with Ralph L. Piedmont, Joseph W. Ciarrocchi, and Thomas Rodgerson. Accepted for publication May 17, 2003.

Fall 2004, 32:3--Special Issue: Modern and Postmodern Approaches to Integration. Special Issue Editor: Al Dueck, Ph.D.

Winter 2004, 32:4

Proposed levels of Christian spiritual maturity. Timothy S. Gibson (Sterling College, 712 N. 6th St., Sterling, KS 67579). Accepted for publication September 16, 2003.

Attachment to God: The attachment to God inventory, tests of working model correspondence, and an exploration of faith group differences. Richard Beck (Abilene Christian University, ACU Box 28011, Abilene, TX 79699) and Angie McDonald. Accepted for publication September 10, 2003.

Religious coping styles and recovery from serious mental illnesses. Natalia Yangarber-Hicks (Wheaton College, Department of Psychology, 501 College Ave., Wheaton, IL 60187). Accepted for Publication November 25, 2003.

Spring 2005, 33:1--Special Issue: Faith Development. Special Issue Editors: Art Nonneman, Ph.D., and Gay Holcomb, M. A.
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