Brent S. Melling, Ph.D.

2013 Psychology Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, United States 
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Brent D. Slife grad student 2013 BYU
 (Concepts of Divine Action for a Theistic Approach to Psychology.)
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Hardy SA, Zhang Z, Skalski JE, et al. (2014) Daily religious involvement, spirituality, and moral emotions Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. 6: 338-348
Gantt EE, Melling BS, Reber JS. (2012) Mechanisms or metaphors? The emptiness of evolutionary psychological explanations Theory and Psychology. 22: 823-841
Slife BD, Melling BS. (2012) Method Decisions: Quantitative and Qualitative Inquiry in the Study of Religious Phenomena Pastoral Psychology. 61: 721-734
Gantt EE, Melling BS. (2009) Science, psychology, and religion: An invitation to Jamesian pluralism Journal of Mind and Behavior. 30: 149-164
Slife BD, Melling BS. (2006) Psychological method and the activity of God: Clarifications and distinctions Journal of Psychology and Theology. 34: 280-284
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