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Academic Conferences - Aryeh Lazar

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Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 

  • Lazar, A. (2002). The motivation for religious behavior among Jews: Content, structure and the relation to religious identity. Nefesh Israel Conference (International network of Orthodox mental health workers), Jerusalem.
  • Lazar, A. (2004). Religious motivation and religious experience among Orthodox Jews. 28th International Congress of Psychology, Beijing, China.
  • Lazar, A. (2006). Religious support and psychosocial well-being among a religious Jewish population. Conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Lazar, A. (2008). The contribution of an ideological vs. instrumental motherhood orientation to the psychological functioning of religious mothers of large families. 1st Annual Meeting of the Society for Spirituality, Theology and Health, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Lazar, A. (2009). G-d concept complexity. Conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Vienna, Austria. (Note: Paper was accepted but not presented due to last minute illness).
  • Lazar, A. (2010). International aspects of research in the psychology or religion and spirituality. Division 36 International Hour, Conference of the American Psychological Association, San Diego, California.
  • Lazar, A. (2011). What is this thing called “spirituality” among Jewish Israeli men and women. Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.
  • Lazar, A. (2011). Types of prayer among religious, traditional and secular Israeli Jewish men and women – A discriminant function analysis study. Conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Bari, Italy.
  • Ladd, K. L., Hvidt, N. C., Viftrup, D. T., Asakitikpi, A. E., Kapur, P., Esperandio, M. R. G., Lazar, A, & Ladd, M. L. (2011). A six nation exploration of prayer content. Conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Bari, Italy.
  • Lazar, A. (2012). Religious belief and behavior and life satisfaction among secular Israeli Jews and Muslims. Conference of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida.
  • Lazar, A. (2013). Personal spirituality, work spirituality, and job satisfaction: A multiple mediation mode. The Fifth Israeli Conference for the Study of Contemporary Spiritualties, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

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    Lazar, A. (2013). Psychology of prayer: A matter of the mind, a matter of the heart - panel chair.  Conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Lausanne, Switzerland.

  • Lazar, A. (2013). Prayer experience - some recent developments in an old / new field of research.  Conference of the International Association for the Psychology of Religion, Lausanne, Switzerland.

  • Lazar, A., & Bjorck, J. (2014).  Gender differences in the structure and perceptions of religious support.  Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C. 

  • Lazar, A. (2014). The relation between G-d concept and prayer style among male religious Israeli Jews. Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C. 

 

Religion and Spirituality at the Workplace

  • Lazar, A. (2008). The contribution of religiousness and humanistic spirituality to depression, life satisfaction and work satisfaction among Israeli nurses. 1st Annual Meeting of the Society for Spirituality, Theology and Health, Duke University School of Medicine, Durham, North Carolina.
  • Lazar, A. (2011). The relationship between personal and work spirituality and work satisfaction among religious and secular Israeli Muslims and Jews. The Third Israeli Conference for the Study of Contemporary Spiritualities, University of Haifa, Israel.
  • Lazar, A. (2011). Gender differences in the moderating effect of religious belief and religious behavior on the relationship between work-stress and psychological well-being among non-religious Jews. Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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