Julie Exline

Affiliations: 
Psychology Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology
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Grubbs JB, Exline JJ, Pargament KI, et al. (2016) Internet Pornography Use, Perceived Addiction, and Religious/Spiritual Struggles. Archives of Sexual Behavior
Exline JJ, Krause SJ, Broer KA. (2016) Spiritual Struggle Among Patients Seeking Treatment for Chronic Headaches: Anger and Protest Behaviors Toward God. Journal of Religion and Health
Stauner N, Exline JJ, Grubbs JB, et al. (2016) Bifactor models of religious and spiritual struggles: Distinct from religiousness and distress Religions. 7
Twenge JM, Sherman RA, Exline JJ, et al. (2016) Declines in American Adults’ Religious Participation and Beliefs, 1972-2014 Sage Open. 6
Exline JJ, Homolka SJ, Harriott VA. (2016) Links with body image concerns, binging, and compensatory behaviours around eating Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 19: 8-22
Bradley DF, Grubbs JB, Uzdavines A, et al. (2016) Perceived Addiction to Internet Pornography among Religious Believers and Nonbelievers Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity. 23: 225-243
Griffin BJ, Worthington EL, Leach JD, et al. (2016) Sexual Congruence Moderates the Associations of Hypersexual Behavior with Spiritual Struggle and Sexual Self-Concept Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity. 23: 279-295
Wilt JA, Cooper EB, Grubbs JB, et al. (2016) Associations of Perceived Addiction to Internet Pornography with Religious/Spiritual and Psychological Functioning Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity. 23: 260-278
Wilt JA, Grubbs JB, Pargament KI, et al. (2016) Religious and Spiritual Struggles, Past and Present: Relations to the Big Five and Well-Being International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 1-14
Wilt JA, Grubbs JB, Lindberg MJ, et al. (2016) Anxiety Predicts Increases in Struggles with Religious/Spiritual Doubt Over Two Weeks, One Month, and One Year International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 1-9
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