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Humility, stressful life events, and psychological well-being: Findings from the landmark spirituality and health survey

A growing body of research suggests that people who are more humble tend to enjoy better physical and mental health than individuals who are less humble. The next step in moving this literature forward involves explaining and empirically demonstrating how the potentially beneficial effects of humility arise....

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Religious involvement and humility

Although researchers are beginning to pay more attention to the virtue of humility there are relatively few studies on the factors that make people more humble. The purpose of this study is to address this issue....

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Feeling grateful to God: A qualitative inquiry

Research on feelings of gratitude to God has not kept pace with research on feelings of gratitude to other people. The purpose of this study was to address this gap in the knowledge base by conducting a series of individual indepth qualitative interviews....

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