Marta Elliott

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Social Psychology University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
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Doane MJ, Elliott M. (2015) Religiosity and Self-Rated Health: A Longitudinal Examination of Their Reciprocal Effects. Journal of Religion and Health
Elliott M, Lowman J. (2015) Education, income and alcohol misuse: a stress process model. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology. 50: 19-26
Elliott M. (2015) Predicting Problems on Campus: An Analysis of College Student Veterans Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 15: 105-126
Elliott M, Doane MJ. (2015) Stigma Management of Mental Illness: Effects of Concealment, Discrimination, and Identification on Well-Being Self and Identity. 14: 654-674
Doane MJ, Elliott M. (2015) Religiosity/spirituality and prosocial behaviors among Chinese christian adolescents: The mediating role of values and gratitude Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. 7: 150-161
Elliott M, Naphan DE, Kohlenberg BL. (2014) Suicidal behavior during economic hard times. The International Journal of Social Psychiatry
Doane MJ, Elliott M, Dyrenforth PS. (2014) Extrinsic religious orientation and well-being: Is their negative association real or spurious? Review of Religious Research. 56: 45-60
Hayward RD, Elliott M. (2014) Cross-national analysis of the influence of cultural norms and government restrictions on the relationship between religion and well-being Review of Religious Research. 56: 23-43
Elliott M, Maitoza R, Schwinger E. (2012) Subjective accounts of the causes of mental illness in the USA. The International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 58: 562-7
Hayward RD, Elliott M. (2011) Subjective and objective fit in religious congregations: Implications for well-being Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. 14: 127-139
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