2019
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-21221-6_5
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Spirituality, Religiousness and Mental Health: Scientific Evidence

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“…In recent years, research on the effect of spirituality on mental health has expanded significantly, with meta-analyses showing positive effects (de Bernardin Gonçalves & Vallada, 2019;de Rezende-Pinto et al, 2019;Gonçalves et al, 2015), areas of risk (Ashouri et al, 2020), and the effects that poor health can have on spirituality (Hvidt et al, 2017). More specifically, spirituality is being discussed as factor in therapeutic dialogue.…”
Section: Overarching Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In recent years, research on the effect of spirituality on mental health has expanded significantly, with meta-analyses showing positive effects (de Bernardin Gonçalves & Vallada, 2019;de Rezende-Pinto et al, 2019;Gonçalves et al, 2015), areas of risk (Ashouri et al, 2020), and the effects that poor health can have on spirituality (Hvidt et al, 2017). More specifically, spirituality is being discussed as factor in therapeutic dialogue.…”
Section: Overarching Researchmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The association between high spirituality and religiosity with physical and psychosocial well-being has been strongly recommended in the literature. Higher levels of spirituality and religion have been found to be negatively associated with rates of alcohol and drug use, suicide, and depression [28] . Spirituality found to associate with an individual's health through reduced loneliness [29] .…”
Section: Religion Spirituality and Healthmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Moreover, Noriko's religious belonging and belief do not seem to have provided her with emotional resilience. Yet, religiosity and spirituality are known sources of coping strategies for emotional distress in challenging times (Gard et al 2014;Bryce Yaden 2019;Lucchetti et al 2019;de Rezende-Pinto et al 2019;Nita 2019). While the mechanisms underlying the association between spirituality, religiosity, and emotional health outcomes are not yet completely understood (Ano and Vasconcelles 2005;Ivtzan and Papantoniou 2014;Guendelman et al 2017;Büssing 2019), spirituality and religiosity have already been positively correlated with individuals' capacity to adapt and cope with the difficulties and stressors of the pandemic (Lucchetti et al 2020;Ferrell et al 2020;Del Castillo et al 2020;Pirutinsky et al 2020;Edara et al 2021).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%