Kevin J. Flannelly spends much of his time researching Spirituality, Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Mental health and Anxiety. His Spirituality investigation overlaps with Social psychology, Coping, Psychopathology, Psychological intervention and Religiosity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stigma and Attribution in addition to Clinical psychology.
The various areas that Kevin J. Flannelly examines in his Psychiatry study include Social support and General Social Survey. His Mental health research includes themes of Referral and Prayer. His study looks at the relationship between Anxiety and topics such as Association, which overlap with Social anxiety.
His primary scientific interests are in Spirituality, Pastoral care, Social psychology, Clinical psychology and Nursing. His work deals with themes such as Research design, Psychological intervention, Family medicine and Prayer, which intersect with Pastoral care. His Family medicine research focuses on subjects like Gerontology, which are linked to Demography.
His Social psychology study frequently involves adjacent topics like Mental health. The subject of his Mental health research is within the realm of Psychiatry. In the field of Psychiatry, his study on Depression overlaps with subjects such as PsycINFO.
Kevin J. Flannelly mainly investigates Anxiety, Social psychology, Mental health, Pastoral care and Statistics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Medical education and Prayer. His work in the fields of Forgiveness overlaps with other areas such as Measure.
Kevin J. Flannelly has included themes like Affect, Association and Clinical psychology in his Mental health study. His Association research also works with subjects such as
Kevin J. Flannelly mostly deals with Mental health, Anxiety, Association, Social psychology and Clinical psychology. His Mental health study is associated with Psychiatry. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Paranoia and Anxiety.
His studies deal with areas such as Feeling, Forgiveness, Sociology of religion and Negative relationship as well as Association. He combines subjects such as Developmental psychology, Psychopathology and Phobic anxiety with his study of Social psychology. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Public health and Prayer.
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Examining the links between spiritual struggles and symptoms of psychopathology in a national sample.
Kelly M. McConnell;Kenneth I. Pargament;Christopher G. Ellison;Kevin J. Flannelly.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2006)
Prayer, God Imagery, and Symptoms of Psychopathology
Matt Bradshaw;Christopher G. Ellison;Kevin J. Flannelly.
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (2008)
The role of religion/spirituality for cancer patients and their caregivers.
Andrew J. Weaver;Kevin J. Flannelly.
Southern Medical Journal (2004)
Assessing a patient's spiritual needs: a comprehensive instrument.
Kathleen Galek;Kevin J Flannelly;Adam Vane;Rose M Galek.
Holistic Nursing Practice (2005)
The influence of religion on death anxiety and death acceptance
Stephen R. Harding;Kevin J. Flannelly;Andrew J. Weaver;Karen G. Costa.
Mental Health, Religion & Culture (2005)
Prayer, Attachment to God, and Symptoms of Anxiety-Related Disorders among U.S. Adults
Christopher G. Ellison;Matt Bradshaw;Kevin J. Flannelly;Kathleen C. Galek.
Sociology of Religion (2014)
Trends in the Scientific Study of Religion, Spirituality, and Health: 1965–2000
Andrew J. Weaver;Kenneth I. Pargament;Kevin J. Flannelly;Julia E. Oppenheimer.
Journal of Religion & Health (2006)
Religious coping among Jews: development and initial validation of the JCOPE.
David H. Rosmarin;Kenneth I. Pargament;Elizabeth J. Krumrei;Kevin J. Flannelly.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2009)
Stigma in America: has anything changed? Impact of perceptions of mental illness and dangerousness on the desire for social distance: 1996 and 2006.
Nava R. Silton;Kevin J. Flannelly;Glen Milstein;Margaret L. Vaaler.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease (2011)
Religion, Meaning and Purpose, and Mental Health
Kathleen Galek;Kevin J. Flannelly;Christopher G. Ellison;Nava R. Silton.
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (2015)
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