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The Relationship Between Quality of Life and Religion in People with Schizophrenia in Hawai‘i

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Title:The Relationship Between Quality of Life and Religion in People with Schizophrenia in Hawai‘i
Authors:Dolim, Shelby
Contributors:Cicero, David C. (advisor)
Psychology (department)
Keywords:Schizophrenia
Quality of Life
Religion
Spirituality
Suicide
Date Issued:2018
Publisher:University of Hawaii at Manoa
Abstract:The leading cause of premature death for people with schizophrenia is suicide. Past research suggests religious individuals with schizophrenia experience a higher quality of life and findings have not determined the role religion plays in suicidal risk. F
Pages/Duration:63 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/61657
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Appears in Collections: Honors Projects for Psychology


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