Other Readings

 

  • Hall, T.W. & Fujikawa, A. (in press). God images and the sacred. In K. Pargament, J. Jones, A. Mahoney & E. Shafranske (Eds,), Handbook of Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
  • Hall, T.W. Fujikawa, A., Halcrow, S., Hill, P.C., Delaney, H. (2009). Attachment to God and implicit spirituality: Clarifying correspondence and compensation models. Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 37(4), 227-242.
  • Hall, T.W. (2007). Psychoanalysis, attachment, and spirituality Part I: The emergence of two relational traditions. Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 35(1), 14-28.
  • Hall, T.W. (2007). Psychoanalysis, attachment, and spirituality Part II: The spiritual stories we live by. Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol 35(1), 29-42.
  • Hall, T.W. (1998). The soul or substantive self as experiencer, actualizer and representative in psychoanalytic theory. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 26(1), 55-65. Special issue on The Self.
  • Stratton, S.P. (2006). Selfhood, attachment, and agency: Love and the trinitarian concept of personhood. In P. Vitz & S. Felch (Eds.), The self: Beyond the postmodern crisis (pp. 247-268). Wilmington, DE: ISI Books.
  • Brokaw, B. (2008). Winter meets its death. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. Vol. 28, (5). Special Issue
  • Moriarty, G. L., & Davis, E. B. (in press). Client God images: Theory, research, and clinical practice. In K. O'Grady, E. Worthington, Jr., & J. Aten (Eds.), The psychology of religion and spirituality for clinicians: Using research in your practice. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Davis, E. B. (2010). Authenticity, inauthenticity, attachment, and God-image tendencies among adult evangelical Protestant Christians (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses. (AAT 3400639)
  • Davis, E. B., & Strawn, B. D. (2010). The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual: A potential adjunctive tool for diagnosis, case formulation, and treatment. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29, 109-115.
  • Davis, E. B. (2009). God image narrative therapy: A treatment manual. Regent University.
  • Parker, S., & Davis, E. B. (2009). The false self in Christian contexts: A Winnicottian perspective. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28, 315-325.
  • Davis, E. B., & Badenoch, B. (2010). Storying God images: Bringing narrative integration to our experience of the divine. Winter 2009 GAINS Quarterly (pp. 14-24, 63-65). Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (GAINS).
  • Williamson, I., Sandage, S. J., & Lee, R. M. (2007). How social connectedness affects guilt and shame: Mediated by hope and differentiation of self. Personality and Individual Differences, 43, 2159-2170. [empirical study testing Kohutian and Kleinian theories]
  • Sandage, S. J. (2005). Intersubjectivity and the many faces of forgiveness: Commentary on paper by Stephen Wangh. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 15, 17-32.
  • Davis, E. B. & Strawn, B. D. (2010). The psychodynamic diagnostic manual: An
  • adjunctive tool for diagnosis, case formulation, and treatment. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29(2), 109-115.
  • Hoffman, L. W. & Strawn, B. D. (Eds.). (2010). Contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapies [Special issue]. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 29(2).
  • Grover, S. F. & Strawn, B. D. (2010). John Wesley and psychological research on theunconscious: Toward a reconceptualization of Wesleyan sin. In M. K. Armistead, B. D. Strawn & R. W. Wright (Eds.), Wesleyan theology and social science: The dance of practical divinity and discovery (pp. 129-142). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
  • Hoffman, L., & Strawn, B. D. (2009). Normative thoughts, normative feelings, normative actions: A Protestant, relational psychoanalytic reply to E. Christian Brugger and the faculty of IPS. Journal of Psychology & Theology 37(2), pp. 126-133.
  • Sandage, S. J., Cook, K. V., Hill, P. C., Strawn, B. D., & Reimer, K. S. (2008). Hermeneutics and psychology: A review and dialectical model. Review of General Psychology 12(4), pp. 344-364.
  • Hoffman, M. & Strawn, B. D. (Eds.). (2008). Transformation: Psychoanalysis and Religion in Dialogue [Special issue]. Psychoanalytic Inquiry. 28(5).
  • Strawn, B. D. (2007). Slouching toward integration: Psychoanalysis and religion in dialogue. Journal of Psychology and Theology 35(1), pp. 3-13.
  • Strawn, B. D. (Ed.). (2007). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Religion: A Case Study Approach [Special issue]. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 35(1).
  • Strawn, B. D., & Strawn, B. A. (2006). Preaching and/as play: D. W. Winnicott and homiletics. Homiletic 31(2), pp. 13-28.
  • Strawn, B. D. (Ed.). (2004). Psychology and Wesleyan theology [Special issue]. Journal of Psychology and Christianity 23(2).
  • Strawn, B. D. (2004). Restoring moral affections of heart: How does psychotherapy cure? Journal of Psychology and Christianity 23(4), pp. 140-148.
  • Strawn, B. D., & Brown, W. S. (2004). Wesleyan holiness through the eyes of cognitive science and psychotherapy. Journal of Psychology and Christianity 23(4), pp. 121-129.
  • Strawn, B. D., & Leffel, G. M. (2001). John Wesley's orthokardia and Harry Guntrip's "Heart of the Personal": Convergent aims and complementary practices in psychotherapy and spiritual formation. Journal of Psychology and Christianity 20(4), pp. 351-359.
  • Parker, S. (2008). Winnicott's object relations theory and the work of the Holy Spirit. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 36, 285-293.http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Winnicott's+object+relations+theory+and+the+work+of+the+Holy+Spirit-a0192863906

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