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Religion and health: the application of a cognitive-behavioural framework
Mental Health, Religion & Culture
The empirical examination of the relationship between religion and health has often lacked theoretical direction. The present aim was to examine the relationship between dimensions of religiosity and health within the context of James and Wells' (2003) cognitive-behavioural framework of religion. A community sample of 177 UK adults completed measures of religious orientation, religious coping, and prayer activity alongside the SF-36 Health Survey. Consistent with the cognitive-behaviouraldoi:10.1080/13674670802596930 fatcat:smaq3pxchvav5ak3s64zl2zivm