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Adam, Raoul J. (2013) 'The Devil Wears Nada': The Simpsons and the demythologisation of the apocalypse. In: Ashton, James, and Walliss, John, (eds.) Small Screen Revelations: apocalypse in contemporary television. The Bible in the Modern World, 50 . Sheffield Phoenix Press, Sheffield, UK, pp. 179-202.
Adam, Raoul (2011) An epistemic theory of religious fundamentalism. International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society, 1 (1). pp. 81-95.
Adam, Raoul J. (2009) ‘Losing my Religion’: religious development and the dynamics of apostasy. In: Miner, Maureen, Proctor, Marie-Therese, and Dowson, Martin, (eds.) Spirituality in Australia: directions and applications. Australasian Centre for Studies in Spirituality, Roselands, NSW, NSW, pp. 36-57.
Adam, Raoul J. (2009) ‘Leaving the Fold’: apostasy from fundamentalism and the direction of religious development. Australian Religion Studies Review, 22 (1). pp. 42-63.
Adam, Raoul J. (2008) Relating faith development and religious styles: reflections in light of apostasy from religious fundamentalism. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 30 (1). pp. 201-231.
Caltabiano, Nerina J. (1985) How ethnicity and religion affect attitudes towards mixed marriages. Australian Journal of Sex, Marriage and Family, 6 (4). pp. 221-229.
Lin, Patrick K.F., Tong, Eddie M.W., Lee, Li Neng, Low, Andre H.M., and Gomes, Danielle (2016) The prosocial impact of God concept priming on God believers. Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice, 3 (1). pp. 93-103.
Ross, Glenn (2014) Meaning making, life transitional experiences and personal well-being within the contexts of religious and spiritual travel. In: Filep, Sebastian, and Pearce, Philip, (eds.) Tourist Experience and Fulfilment: insights from positive psychology. Routledge Advances in Tourism (31). Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon, UK, pp. 91-109.
Zeng, Xianglong, Wei, Jun, Oei, Tian P.S., and Liu, Xiangping (2016) The self-compassion scale is not validated in a Buddhist sample. Journal of Religion and Health, 55 (6). pp. 1996-2009.