Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol. 43 No. 4 Winter 2015

231 The Relationship of Self-Compassion with Perfectionistic Self-Presentation, Perceived Forgiveness, and Perceived Social Support in an Undergraduate Christian Community
Kaitlyn E. Brodar, Laura Barnard Crosskey, and Robert J. Thornpson, Jr.

243 Church Support as a Predictor of Children’s Spirituality and Prosocial Behavior
Robert G. Crosby III and Erin I. Srnith

255 Intellectual Humility and Forgiveness of Religious Conflict
Hansong Zhang, Jennifer E. Farrell, Joshua N. Hook, Don E. Davis, Daryl R. Van Tongeren, and Kathryn A Johnson

263 Relational Commitment as a Mediator of Religiousness to Marital Quality
Joel c. Mitchell, Keith J. Edwards, Scott B. Hunt, and Paul Poelstra

271 God Images and Resilience: A Study of Vietnamese Immigrants
Thanh Tu Nguyen, Christian Bellehumeur, and Judith Malette

283 Mental Health of Cross-Cultural Healthcare Missionaries
Mark A Strand, Lauren M. Pinkston, Alice I. Chen, and Jarrett W. Richardson

294 Index for Volume 43

Psychology Today Vol. 47 No. 8 Nov/Dec 2015

3 Editor’s Note
4 Contributors
6 Letters
9-23 Insights: What we don’t get about politicians; why we trust strangers; before you spill a secret…
25 Unconventional Wisdom

29 ECCENTRIC’S CORNER: David Grazian is the zookeeper who went native.

HEALTH
33 SUPPLEMENTAL SCIENCE: Omega-3 fats are essential for brain function at every phase of life.

36 NATURE’S BOUNTY: Insects are crawling onto the menus of America’s best restaurants.

RELATIONHIPS
38 PARTNERSHIP: For long-term satisfaction in a relationship, not all partner traits are created equal.

POV
41 BOOKS: We’re drawn to conspiracy theories in part because we hate uncertainty.

46 The 10-Second: Take People can learn a fair amount about you within the first few moments of meeting you-how positive or negative you are and the general outlines of your personality. But when it comes to looking for love, first impressions are not a good guide.
PAMELA WEINTRAUB

54 Think Like a Shrink: We all play amateur psychologist in sizing others up. The real pros correct for our inborn biases. Here’s how to do it right.
JEREMY SHERMAN, PH.D

58 Sympathy for the Deviant: The stigma surrounding sexual attraction to children makes it very tough to get help. Yet the story of one remorseful offender suggests that acts of abuse can be prevented.
JENNIFER BLEYER

68 A Tale of Two Sisters: A gymnast born without legs grows up idolizing an Olympian, who she later learns is actually her sister. Their connection shines new light on the genetic and environmental roots of athletic success.
NANCY SEGAL, PH.D.

76 Catching Madness: Can strep throat trigger disorders like OCD, Tourette’s, or anorexia? And can cat litter lead to schizophrenia? It’s time to unravel the links between bacteria and madness.
HARRIET WASHINGTON

96 Final Analysis

Journal of Psychology and Christianity Vol. 14 No. 3 Fall 2015

195 Guest Editor’s Page
Peter C. Hill and Christopher Kaczor

196 Aristotle, Aquinas, and Seligman on Happiness
Christopher Kaczor

205 Understanding the Moral Dimension of Spirituality: Insights From Virtue Ethics and Moral Exemplars
James A. VanSlyke

216 The Work of the Holy Spirit in Natural Psychological Growth
Jason McMartin

228 When Word Meets Flesh: A Neuroscience Perspective on Embodied Spiritual Formation
Keith J. Edwards

240 Applying the Science of Faith: The Cognitive Science of Religion and Christian Practice
Laird R. O. Edman

252 Religiousness and Spirituality Among Highly Religious Emerging Adults
Kaye V Cook, Chris J. Boyatzis, Cynthia Kimball, and Kathleen C. Leonard

266 Corporate Worship and Spiritual Formation
Alexis D. Abernethy, Kevin R. Kurian, Brittany E. Rice, Gillian D. Grannum, Laura Rold, and Heather Jones

280 Book Reviews
Rodney L. Bassett, Editor

285 Professional Opportunities

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol. 43 No. 3 Fall 2015

155 Religious and Spiritual Diversity Training in Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs: Do Explicitly Christian Programs Differ from Other Programs?
Mark R. McMinn, Michael J. Vogel, M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall, Alexis D. Abernethy, Ryan Birch, Timofey Galuza, Jacqi Rodriguez, and Kathryn Putman

165 Relational Integration, Part 1: Differentiated Relationality Between Psychology and Theology
Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown

179 Relational Integration, Part II: Relational Integration as Developmental and Intercultural
Jeannine K. Brown and Steven J. Sandage

192 Delight or Distraction: An Exploratory Analysis of Sabbath-Keeping Internalization
Karl G. D. Bailey and Arian C. B. Timoti

204 The Influence of Affective Priming on One’s Perceived Relationship to God
Travis S. Crone

212 Incorporating Evidence-Based Practices Into Faith-Based Organization Service Programs
John D. Terry, Anna R. Smith, Peter R. Warren, Marissa E. Miller, Sam D. McQuillin,
Terry A. Wolfer, and Mark D. Weist

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol. 43 No. 3 Fall 2015

155 Religious and Spiritual Diversity Training in Clinical Psychology Doctoral Programs: Do Explicitly Christian Programs Differ from Other Programs?
Mark R. McMinn, Michael J. Vogel, M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall, Alexis D. Abernethy, Ryan Birch, Timofey Galuza, Jacqi Rodriguez, and Kathryn Putman

165 Relational Integration, Part 1: Differentiated Relationality Between Psychology and Theology
Steven J. Sandage and Jeannine K. Brown

179 Relational Integration, Part II: Relational Integration as Developmental and Intercultural
Jeannine K. Brown and Steven J. Sandage

192 Delight or Distraction: An Exploratory Analysis of Sabbath-Keeping Internalization I Karl G. D. Bailey and Arian C. B. Timoti

204 The Influence of Affective Priming on One’s Perceived Relationship to God
Travis S. Crone

212 Incorporating Evidence-Based Practices Into Faith-Based Organization Service Programs
John D. Terry, Anna R. Smith, Peter R. Warren, Marissa E. Miller, Sam D. McQuillin, Terry A. Wolfer, and Mark D. Weist

Psychology Today Vol. 48 No. 5 September/October 2015

3 Editor’s Note
4 Contributors
6 Letters
11 Insights: The War on Distraction: cooling a heated conversation. Why self-control is hard (and how to make it easier)
24 Eccentric’s Corner: Marqee Kerr knows exactly how to make you scream
29 Person of Interest: Woody Allen keeps making, but can we keep enjoying them?
34 Mind your Body: The idealization of thin and ultra-fit female bodies is drawing scrutiny
37 Supplemental Science: Turmeric combats depression-and much more
42 SEX Anew: Long term couples handle differences in desire
44 2-Minute Memoir: A mother comes to terms with having a transgender child
48 Rant: Does regret make you sink into mourning or does it spark you to take action?
52 Wicked Thoughts: Now and then, many of us delight in other people’s pain or imagine a sexually perverse act all within the privacy of our own minds. Such dark thoughts can be scary and shameful but they need not torture us.
JENA PINCOTT
62 Crisis U: It’s not intentional. But in an effort to protect the increasingly fragile psyches of today’s students, colleges are becoming more like mental health wards than bastions of learning. Much starts with misperceptions of stress.
HARA ESTROFF MARANO
72 The Einstein of love: In research over 40 years, psychologist John Gottman has turned romance into a science. His latest work defines the laws of love relationships, which he says, operate like energy systems.
KRISTIN OHLSON
82 Think Like a Gamer: Research shows that we have a much better chance of overcoming our greatest challenges when we power up, recruit allies, and fight our problems as if they were bad guys in a video game.
BY JANE MCGONIGAL, PH.D
96 Final Analysis

Journal of Psychology and Christianity Fall 2015

99 Religious Openness Hypothesis: I. Religious Reflection, Schemas, and Orientations Within Religious Fundamentalist and Biblical Foundationalist Ideological Surrounds
P j. Watson, Zhuo Chen, Nima Ghorbani, and Meghedi Vartanian

114 Religious Openness Hypothesis: II. Religious Reflection and Orientations, Mystical Experience, and Psychological Openness of Christians in Iran
Pj. Watson, Nima Ghorbani, Meghedi Vm1anian, and Zhuo Chen

125 Religious Openness Hypothesis: m. Defense Against Secularism Within Fundamentalist and Biblical Foundationalist Ideological Surrounds
Pj. Watson, Zhuo Chen, Ronald J. Morris, and Erin Stephenson

141 Stress and Negative Religious Coping in a Community Sample
Gina M. Brelsford, Lisa A. Mandell, Ta rah Raldiris, and Joshua Ramirez

155 Understanding the Relationship of ldentity Status, Agency, and Religiosity on the Acceptance and Use of Pornography in Christian, Undergraduate Emerging Adults
Rob Rhea and Klaus Issler

168 Spiritual Predictors of Change in Intercultural Competence in Multicultural Counseling Course
Steve J. Sandage, Jason Li, Peter J. Jankowski, Michelle Beilby, and Christopher Frank

179 Religiousness and Congruence Between Sexual Values and Behavior
Joshua N. Hook, Jennifer E. Farrell, Marcia Naj. Ramos, Don E. Davis, Sara Ka raga, Daryl R. Van Tongeren, and Joshua Grubbs

189 Book Reviews
Rodney L. Bassett, Editor

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol. 43 No. 2 Summer 2015

83 Religious Faith and the Virtues: An Introduction to the Special Issue I Timothy A Sisemore and Amanda M. Blackburn
86 Preliminary Analyses of Three Measures of Grace: Can They Be Unified? I Rodger K. Bufford, Amanda M. Blackburn, Timothy A Sisemore, and Rodney L. Bassett
98 Rest as a Virtue: Theological Foundations and Application to Personal and Professional Life I JamaL. White, Amanda M. Blackburn, and Mary K. Plisco
121 Studying Wisdom: Toward a Christian Integrative Perspective I Paul Mclaughlin and
Mark R. McMinn
131 Compassion Development in Higher Education I Roxanne Rashedi, Thomas G. Plante, and Erin S. Callister
140 The Gratitude of Underprivileged Young People in Hong Kong: The Potential Role of Religious Mentors I Eddie Chi Wai Ng and Charles C. Chan
148 Journal File
150 Books Received

Journal of Psychology and Theology Vol. 43 No. 1 Spring 2015

3  Utilizing the Serenity Prayer to Teach Psychology Students About Stress Management – Elizabeth L. Campbell
8  Beyond Survival: Application of a Complex Trauma Treatment Model in the Christian Context – Jana Pressley and Joseph Spinazzola
23  Religious Fundamentalism and Psychological Well-Being:An Italian Study – Leonardo Carlucci, Marco Tommasi, Michela Balsamo, Adrian Furnham, and Aristide Saggino
34  Spiritual Maturity as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Christian Fundamentalism and Shame – Kathryn H. Keller, Debra Mallen, and Lisa H. Rosen
47  What’s the “Positive”  in Positive Psychology? Teleological Considerations Based on Creation and Imago Doctrines – Pamela  Ebstyne  King and William B. Whitney
60  A Metacognitive Perspective on Internal Dialogues and Rhetoric: Derived from the Details of the Prodigal Son’s Parable – Pablo Polischuk
73  Journal File

Psychology Today Vol.48 No.2 March/April 2015

Articles

48    Eureka! – You know the feeling: An inner light bulb flicks on and you suddenly see the solution to a problem. But what triggers a flash of insight? Researchers are drilling down on what’s going on in the brain when the “aha!”‘ moment hits and even discovering how to spark it.* BY BRUCE GRIERSON

58    Gay Love, Straight Sense – All couples struggle with sex, expectations, and attractions to others. Same-sex couples have worked out some solutions. Everyone can learn from their example. BY HARA ESTROFF MARANO

66    The New Survivors – A cohort of people who have cancer are now living with the disease as a kind of chronic illness. But what does it mean to exist indefinitely in an uncertain state between being terminal and being cured?* BY WENDY PARIS

74    The Ties that Unwind – Adult sibling estrangement affects more families than most of us think, but many keep it a secret. Why do some brothers and sisters stand by each other no matter what, while others cut the cord? BY SARA ECKEL

*THERAPISTS: See this article for Continuing Ed. credit.

Personality

26    ECCENTRIC’S CORNER  – Surpris­ologist Tania Luna wants to add more novelty to our lives.
28    PERSON OF INTEREST  – Man? Woman? A growing number of people say they’re neither.

Health
32    MIND YOUR BODY  – How sensory input from within your body is linked to emotion.
83    HOW TO BE A SHRINK  – Careers in Psychology

POV
37    Are your partner’s smartphone habits making you depressed?
43    BOOKS  – Thinkers are exploring both the means and ethics of immortality.

3      Editor’s Note
4      Contributors
6      Letters
9-22 Insights – Feeling one with strangers; how having a good spouse pays off; chatting brain-to-brain; the power of high heels.
96     Final Analysis