Cranney, Stephen. 2016. “The LGB Mormon Paradox: Mental, Physical and Self-Rated Health among Mormon and Non-Mormon LGB Individuals in the Utah Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System.” Journal of Homosexuality. ​ ​         

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Dataset used: Utah Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System


Cranney, Stephen. 2016. “Is There a Stronger Association Between Children and Happiness among the Religious? Religion as a Moderator in the Relationship Between Happiness and Fertility.” Journal of Happiness Studies.        

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Dataset used: General Social Survey


Cranney, Stephen and Aleksandar Štulhofer. 2016. "“Whosoever Looketh on a Person to Lust After Them”: Religiosity, the Use of Mainstream and Nonmainstream Sexually Explicit Material, and Sexual Satisfaction in Heterosexual Men and Women." Journal of Sex Research.

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Dataset used: Croatian Pornography Survey (2014).  

Aleksandar Stulhofer, Primary Investigator.


Cranney, Stephen. 2016.“The Temporal Stability of Lack of Sexual Attraction Across Young Adulthood.” Archives of Sexual Behavior ​45(3): 743-749.
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Dataset used: Add Health

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Cranney, Stephen. 2015.“The Association Between Pronatalist Attitudes and Belief in God in Slovenia and the Czech Republic .” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 47(2):83-89.
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Dataset used: Fertility and Family Survey


Cranney, Stephen. 2015.“Internet Pornography Use and Sexual Body Image in a Dutch Sample.” International Journal of Sexual Health 27 (3): 316-323. 
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Dataset used:  LISS Panel Survey, Media and Sexuality Study

         

Cranney, Stephen. 2015. "The Relationship Between Sexual Victimization and Year in School in US Colleges: Investigating the Parameters of the 'Red Zone'" Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(17):3133-3145. ​                    

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Dataset used: Online College Social Life Survey.

Paula England, Principal Investigator.                                              


Cranney, Stephen. 2013.“Do People Who Believe in God Report More Meaning in Their Lives? The Existential Effects of Belief.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 52 (3): 638-646.
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Dataset used: GSS 1972-2012 Cross-Sectional Cumulative Data (Release 1, March 2013).



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