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  • Study: Spirituality, not religion, is critical to black women's well-being

    RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY: New research by doctoral student Tamilia D. Reed, pictured, and educational psychology professor Helen A. Neville indicates that spirituality, rather than religiosity, may be the element that is critical to black American women's life satisfaction and mental health.

    RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY:
    New research by doctoral student Tamilia D. Reed, pictured, and educational psychology professor Helen A. Neville indicates that spirituality, rather than religiosity, may be the element that is critical to black American women's life satisfaction and mental health.

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  • To reach Tamilia Reed, email tdreed2@illinois.edu. To contact Helen Neville, email hneville@illinois.edu.

    The paper, “The Influence of Religiosity and Spirituality on Psychological Well-Being Among Black Women,” appeared in the Journal of Black Psychology and is available online.