Monday, Feb 1 at noon, 6050 ISR-Thompson
Landmark Spirituality and Health Survey (Templeton)
Religion, Spirituality, Aging, and Health (Templeton)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Professor Emeritus, Health Behavior and Health Education, School of Public Health.
Ph.D., Akron University-Kent State University
Dr. Krause's work focuses on stress and the resources people use to cope with it. In particular, he is interested in stress and health among the elderly, and religion and health in late life.
Abu-Raiya, Hisham, Kenneth I. Pargament, and Neal Krause. Forthcoming. "Religion as problem, religion as solution: religious buffers of the links between religious/spiritual struggles and well-being/mental health." Quality of Life Research. DOI. Abstract.
Abu-Raiya, Hisham, Kenneth I. Pargament, Neal Krause, and Gail Ironson. Forthcoming. "Robust Links Between Religious/Spiritual Struggles, Psychological Distress, and Well-Being in a National Sample of American Adults." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. DOI. Abstract.
Krause, Neal. Forthcoming. "Assessing Supportive Social Exchanges Inside and Outside Religious Institutions: Exploring Variations among Whites, Hispanics, and Blacks." Social Indicators Research. DOI. Abstract.
Hayward, R. David, and Neal Krause. 2015. "Evangelical group membership, depression, and well-being among older Mexican Americans: a comparison with older non-Hispanic Whites." Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 18(4): 273-285. DOI. Abstract.