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Our previous research suggests the importance of perceived competence for coping with chronic pain indicating that perceived competence determines how intensely persons experience pain, how much they are disturbed by pain, and whether they engage in adaptive or maladaptive coping behavior. The Present study was designed to test the validity of our...
Schaetzing (1955) characterizes "ecclesiogen neurosis" as mental disturbances, which are caused by "dogmatism of the church". To prove his thesis that the factor "dogmatism of the church" goes along with ecclesiogen-neurotic symptoms we use as factorial levels two different forms of Catholic congregations, that is to say a "traditional congregation...
Religious orientation and its meaning for the correlation between religiousness and life satisfaction. Summary: In a sample of 209 Catholics we find - in accordance with previous studies - merely low correlations between various scales of religiousness and life satisfaction - even when a parabolic relationship is taken into account. Stronger correl...