Studies in Mormon History

Results 1–11 of 11 for: subjects:"Behavioral psychology"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
Variations in Personality Manifestation in Mormon Polygamous Families Young, Kimball 1942 Book Chapter 2
Protective and Learning Images in Latter Day Saint Revelation Howard, Richard P. 1986 Journal Article 1 3
Examining Legalism, Scrupulosity, Family Perfectionism, and Psychological Adjustment among LDS Individuals Allen, G. E. Kawika 2015 Journal Article
Grace, Legalism, and Mental Health among the Latter-day Saints Dyer, W. Justin, Judd, Daniel K. 2020 Journal Article 3
Heretics in Truth : Love, Faith, and Hope as the Foundation for Theology, Community, and Destiny Givens, Terryl L. 2018 Journal Article 2
Latter-day Saint Young Adults, Narcissism, and Religiosity Judd, Jacob Daniel 2012 Dissertation
Growing An Ideology : How the Mormons Do It Chalverus, Marshall F
, Thomas, Michael A
2011 Dissertation
The relationship between private religious behavior, religious identity, and self-esteem among Latter-day Saint adolescents in the context of familial and religious socialization Ringger, Mark D. 2002 Dissertation
The Meaning of "Being Single" for Mormon College-Age Single Adults Darrington, Jana 2003 Dissertation
The Behavioral Face of Common Consent Osmond, Russell L. 2014 Journal Article
The Role of Religion in Coping : A Qualitative Study of Eight Mormons Chamberlain, Mark D. 1994 Dissertation
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