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Gedrag & gezondheid

, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp 71–73 | Cite as

Religie, spiritualiteit en gezondheid

  • Guus van Heck
  • Rien van Uden
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Samenvatting

Een overzicht van de literatuur tussen 2000 en 2002 leverde, op basis van zoeken met de termen ‘spiritualiteit’ en ‘religie’ in PsychLit, 1107 artikelen en onderzoeksverslagen op, tegen 101 publicaties voor de periode 1980–1982 (Koenig, 2004).

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  • Guus van Heck
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  • Rien van Uden
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