Hammermeister, Jon; Flint, Matt; El-Alayli, Amani; Ridnour, Heather; Peterson, Margaret
March 2005
American Journal of Health Studies;2005, Vol. 20 Issue 1/2, p80
Academic Journal
This investigation examined the relationship between gender and spiritual well-being. This study assessed the hypothesis that gender differences may exist across spiritual health, which may in turn be related to other psychosocial health variables (Hammermeister & Peterson, 2001). Participants were 435 college students at two colleges in the Pacific Northwest. Results showed that females reported higher values on the measures of spiritual health than their male peers. Results of this study are the first to suggest that spiritual well-being may vary across gender.


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