Articles

Articles

  • Morgan, J., Curtis, C. E., Laird, L. D. (2017). Stress and hope at the margins: Qualitative research on depression and religious coping among low-income mothers. Archive for the Psychology of Religion. 39(3), 205–234. [pdf]
  • Laird, L., Curtis, C., Morgan, J. (2017) Finding spirits in spirituality: What are we measuring in spirituality and health research? Journal of Religion and Health, 56(1), 1–20. [pdf]
  • Morgan, J., Clark, D., Tripodis, Y., Halloran, C. S., Minsky, A., Wildman, W. J., Durso, R., & McNamara, P. (2016). Impacts of religious semantic priming on an intertemporal discounting task: Response times and neural correlates. Neuropsychologia, 89, 403–413. [pdf]
  • Morgan, J., & Sandage S.J. (2016). A developmental model of interreligious competence. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 38(2), 129–158. [pdf]
  • Smart, K., Durso, R., Morgan, J., & McNamara, P. (2016). A potential case of remission in Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Complementary and Integrative Medicine, 13(3).
  • Morgan J. (2016): Religion and dual-process cognition: a continuum of styles or distinct types? Religion, Brain & Behavior. [pdf]
  • Sandage, S. J., & Morgan, J. (2014). Hope and positive religious coping as predictors of social justice commitment. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 17(6), 557–567. [pdf]
  • Morgan, J. (2013). Untangling false assumptions regarding atheism and health. Zygon®, 48(1), 9–19. [pdf]

Chapters

  • Morgan, J., Wood, C., Caldwell-Harris, C. (in press). Reflective thought, religious belief, and the social foundations hypothesis. In G. Pennycook (Ed.), The new reflectionism in cognitive psychology: Why reason matters (pg. tbd). New York: Psychology Press. [pdf]
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