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||Name and Title
Dr John Maltby, University Lecturer
Sheffield Hallam University, England
Email AddressResearch Interests
School of Social Science and Law
Sheffield Hallam University
S10 2BP, England
Measurement, Religiosity and Personality, Religiosity and Mental Health, and Religiosity and Coping.
- Maltby, J. & Day, L. (1998) Amending a measure of the Quest Religious Orientation: Applicability of the scale’s use among religious and non-religious persons. Personality and Individual Differences, 25, 517-522.
- Maltby, J., Lewis, C.A. & Day, L. (1999) Religion and Psychological
Well-being: The role of personal prayer. British Journal of Health
Psychology, 4, 363-378.
- Maltby, J. & Day, L. (2000). Depressive symptoms and religious
orientation: Examining the relationship between religiosity and depression within the context of other correlates of depression. Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 383-393.
- Maltby, J. & Day, L. (2001). Spiritual Involvement and belief: the
relationship between spirituality and Eysenck’s personality dimensions.
Personality and Individual Differences, 30, 187-192.
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs TaughtRelevant Degrees or Certificates Available at Institution
Psychoanalytic, Measurement, Cognitive, Mental Health and Psychopathology, Social
Phil and M/Phil by research