Tyler Greenway and Abigail Shepherd’s “Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself” Project Receives $40,000 Grant

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School of Psychology doctoral students Tyler Greenway and Abigail Shepherd’s project, Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself (and as Thy In-group): Examining the Effects of Moral Intuitions and Intercessory Prayer on Generous Behavior, has recently been awarded a $40,000 grant from the LILLY Family School of Philanthropy from Indiana University at Indianapolis. The faculty advisor on the project, Dr. Sarah Schnitker, is proud to …

Call for Papers: Processes of Religious and Spiritual Influence in Adolescence

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We are excited to announce a call for submissions for a special section of the Journal of Research on Adolescence dedicated to “Processes of Religious and Spiritual Influence in Adolescence,” to be co-edited by Sam Hardy and Pamela Ebstyne King. While much research has demonstrated correlates of religiosity and spirituality, little is known about processes of influence linking them to …

Thrive Center Fellow Christine Merola Presents Measurement of Diverse Adolescent Spirituality (MDAS) at 2016 APA Annual Convention

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Christine Merola, MA, PsyD student researcher and 2016–2017 Thrive Scholars Fellow, presented Thrive Center research for APA Division 36, Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, at the APA Annual Convention in Denver, Colorado, on August 7, 2016. Merola gave the presentation on behalf of Pamela Ebstyne King, PhD, Seong-Hyeon Kim, PhD, and James L. Furrow, PhD. Recent focus on spirituality and …