Journal of Psychology and Christianity Vol 31 No 4

Special Issue: Engaging Students in Research

Editor’s Page………………………………………………………………………..291
Everett L. Worthington, Jr.

Laboratory for the Investigation of Mind, Body, and Spirit at Luther College: Developing Undergraduate Scholars in Psychology of Religion, Spirituality, Health, and Medicine…………..294
Loren Toussaint

Seeing in a Mirror Dimly: Doing Original Research with Undergraduate Students ………………………298
Rodney L. Bassett

Getting Master’s Level Counseling Students Interested in Research……………..303
Mark S. Gerig

Mentoring Psy.D. Students in Meaningful Research……………………308
Jennifer S. Ripley and Mark A. Yarhouse

More than Research and Ruble: How Community Research Can Change Lives..314
(Including Yours and Your Students’)
Jamie D. Aten

Raising the Interest of Clinical Doctoral Students in Basic Research:
Three Challenges………………….320
John K. Williams,  Peter C. Hill, Sohye Kim, and Clark D. Campbell

Encouraging Student Interest in Research on Forgiveness, Religion, and Group
Counseling in a Counseling Psychology Ph.D. Program…………………..326
Nathaniel  G. Wade

Lessons from the Research Program at Virginia Commonwealth University Applied to My Faculty Position………………..330
Joshua N. Hook and  Don E. Davis

Think Strategically: Some Advice for Being a Great Mentor with a Great Research Program  ……..334
Everett L. Worthington, Jr.

Standard Issue:
Apologies: The Art of Saying “I am Sorry” ………………….345
Kelvin F Mutter

The Intrapsychic and Interpersonal Effects of Talking About Guilt………..354
Angela G. McCormick and Mark R. McMinn

Book Reviews ……………………………………366
Rodney L. Bassett, Editor

Index for Volume 31…………………………………..376

Professional Opportunities………………………………..380

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