Religious Participation, Spirituality, and Coping among African American College Students
We explored the relationships among religious participation, spirituality, Africultural coping styles, and religious problem-solving styles in a sample of 144 African American college students. Results revealed that religious participation and spirituality accounted for significant variance in aspects of Africultural coping styles and religious problem-solving styles. Implications of the findings for college and university counseling center personnel are discussed.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Constantine, Madonna G.; Wilton, Leo; Gainor, Kathy; and Lewis, Erica L., "Religious Participation, Spirituality, and Coping among African American College Students" (2002). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 62.