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List of co-cited articles
357 articles co-cited >1



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Attendance at religious services and mortality in a national sample.
Marc A Musick, James S House, David R Williams. J Health Soc Behav 2004
104
17


Religious involvement and U.S. adult mortality.
R A Hummer, R G Rogers, C B Nam, C G Ellison. Demography 1999
251
15

Religiosity/spirituality and mortality. A systematic quantitative review.
Yoichi Chida, Andrew Steptoe, Lynda H Powell. Psychother Psychosom 2009
128
15

Religious involvement and mortality: a meta-analytic review.
M E McCullough, W T Hoyt, D B Larson, H G Koenig, C Thoresen. Health Psychol 2000
290
13

Religion and spirituality. Linkages to physical health.
Lynda H Powell, Leila Shahabi, Carl E Thoresen. Am Psychol 2003
352
12

Frequent attendance at religious services and mortality over 28 years.
W J Strawbridge, R D Cohen, S J Shema, G A Kaplan. Am J Public Health 1997
260
12

Religious Service Attendance and Lower Depression Among Women-a Prospective Cohort Study.
Shanshan Li, Olivia I Okereke, Shun-Chiao Chang, Ichiro Kawachi, Tyler J VanderWeele. Ann Behav Med 2016
45
22

Association of Religious Service Attendance With Mortality Among Women.
Shanshan Li, Meir J Stampfer, David R Williams, Tyler J VanderWeele. JAMA Intern Med 2016
83
12

Religion and health: public health research and practice.
L M Chatters. Annu Rev Public Health 2000
196
9


Religious attendance, spirituality, and major depression in Canada: a 14-year follow-up study.
Lloyd Balbuena, Marilyn Baetz, Rudy Bowen. Can J Psychiatry 2013
28
32


Religious attendance and cause of death over 31 years.
Doug Oman, John H Kurata, William J Strawbridge, Richard D Cohen. Int J Psychiatry Med 2002
65
10



Religious involvement and adult mortality in the United States: review and perspective.
Robert A Hummer, Christopher G Ellison, Richard G Rogers, Benjamin E Moulton, Ron R Romero. South Med J 2004
57
12

Frequency of attendance at religious services and mortality in a U.S. national cohort.
R F Gillum, Dana E King, Thomas O Obisesan, Harold G Koenig. Ann Epidemiol 2008
66
10

Church attendance and new episodes of major depression in a community study of older adults: the Cache County Study.
Maria C Norton, Archana Singh, Ingmar Skoog, Christopher Corcoran, Joann T Tschanz, Peter P Zandi, John C S Breitner, Kathleen A Welsh-Bohmer, David C Steffens. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2008
20
35



Religious coping and psychological adjustment to stress: a meta-analysis.
Gene G Ano, Erin B Vasconcelles. J Clin Psychol 2005
322
6

Religious attendance and the health behaviors of Texas adults.
Terrence D Hill, Amy M Burdette, Christopher G Ellison, Marc A Musick. Prev Med 2006
72
8

Religious involvement and health outcomes among older persons in Taiwan.
D M Yeager, Dana A Glei, Melanie Au, Hui-Sheng Lin, Richard P Sloan, Maxine Weinstein. Soc Sci Med 2006
59
10


Religion, health, and psychological well-being.
Morgan Green, Marta Elliott. J Relig Health 2010
43
13

Causal inference and longitudinal data: a case study of religion and mental health.
Tyler J VanderWeele, John W Jackson, Shanshan Li. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 2016
58
10

Religious involvement and healthy lifestyles: evidence from the survey of Texas adults.
Terrence D Hill, Christopher G Ellison, Amy M Burdette, Marc A Musick. Ann Behav Med 2007
40
15


Dimensions of religiosity and their relationship to lifetime psychiatric and substance use disorders.
Kenneth S Kendler, Xiao-Qing Liu, Charles O Gardner, Michael E McCullough, David Larson, Carol A Prescott. Am J Psychiatry 2003
176
5

Religious coping and health status in medically ill hospitalized older adults.
H G Koenig, K I Pargament, J Nielsen. J Nerv Ment Dis 1998
198
5

The relationship between religious activities and cigarette smoking in older adults.
H G Koenig, L K George, H J Cohen, J C Hays, D B Larson, D G Blazer. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 1998
55
9


An examination of the relationship between multiple dimensions of religiosity, blood pressure, and hypertension.
Anna C Buck, David R Williams, Marc A Musick, Michelle J Sternthal. Soc Sci Med 2009
39
12


Religious attendance and mortality: implications for the black-white mortality crossover.
Matthew E Dupre, Alexis T Franzese, Emilio A Parrado. Demography 2006
29
17

Religious meaning and subjective well-being in late life.
Neal Krause. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2003
97
5


Religious involvement and subjective well-being.
C G Ellison. J Health Soc Behav 1991
198
5


The relationship between religion and cardiovascular outcomes and all-cause mortality in the Women's Health Initiative Observational Study.
Eliezer Schnall, Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller, Charles Swencionis, Vance Zemon, Lesley Tinker, Mary Jo O'Sullivan, Linda Van Horn, Mimi Goodwin. Psychol Health 2010
54
9


Religious service attendance and major depression: a case of reverse causality?
Joanna Maselko, R David Hayward, Alexandra Hanlon, Stephen Buka, Keith Meador. Am J Epidemiol 2012
32
15

Attendance at Religious Services, Prayer, Religious Coping, and Religious/Spiritual Identity as Predictors of All-Cause Mortality in the Black Women's Health Study.
Tyler J VanderWeele, Jeffrey Yu, Yvette C Cozier, Lauren Wise, M Austin Argentieri, Lynn Rosenberg, Julie R Palmer, Alexandra E Shields. Am J Epidemiol 2017
31
16

Spirituality, religiosity, aging and health in global perspective: A review.
Zachary Zimmer, Carol Jagger, Chi-Tsun Chiu, Mary Beth Ofstedal, Florencia Rojo, Yasuhiko Saito. SSM Popul Health 2016
53
9

The religion paradox: if religion makes people happy, why are so many dropping out?
Ed Diener, Louis Tay, David G Myers. J Pers Soc Psychol 2011
70
7



Religiosity and major depression in adults at high risk: a ten-year prospective study.
Lisa Miller, Priya Wickramaratne, Marc J Gameroff, Mia Sage, Craig E Tenke, Myrna M Weissman. Am J Psychiatry 2012
91
4


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.