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This information is made available in order to facilitate research, mentorship, and teaching opportunities among scholars interested in the psychological study of religion. ALL other uses are prohibited. Name and Title
      Dr Christopher Alan Lewis, University Lecturer
Institutional Affiliation
      University of Ulster at Magee College
Mailing Address
      School of Psychology and Communication
      University of Ulster at Magee College
      Londonderry
      Northern Ireland
      BT48 7JL
Email AddressResearch Interests
      Religion and Personality, Religion and Mental-health, Psychometric Evaluation of Measures, Cross- Culture Psychology
Representative Publications
    • Lewis, C.A. (1999). Is the relationship between religiosity and personality ‘contaminated’ by social desirability as assessed by the Lie Scale?: A methodological response to Michael W. Eysenck (1998). Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 2, 105-114. (ISSN 1367-4676)
    • Maltby, J., Lewis, C.A., & Day, L. (1999). Religious orientation and psychological well-being: The role of the frequency of personal prayer. British Journal of Health Psychology, 4, 363-378. (ISSN 1359-107X)
    • Lewis, C.A. (1998). Cleanliness is next to Godliness: Religiosity and obsessiveness. Journal of Religion and Health, 37, 49-61. (ISSN 0022- 4197)
    • Lewis, C.A., Dorahy, M.J., Schumaker, J.F., Akuamoah-Boateng, R., Duze, M.C., & Sibiya, T.E. (1998). Reliability of the Maranell Theism Scale among Ghanaian, Nigerian, Northern Irish, and Swaziland university students. Personality and Individual Differences, 24, 443-446. (ISSN 0191-8869)
    • http://www2.infm.ulst.ac.uk/~chris/Religio.htm
Research Keywords
      Measurement, Psychoanalytic
Psychology and Religion Courses, Seminars, or Programs Taught
      None related
Relevant Degrees or Certificates Available at Institution
      Dphil / Mphil by research
Languages Spoken
      English (Native), French (conversational), Czech (beginner)

 

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