Ralph L. Piedmont

Loyola University Maryland, Baltimore, MD, United States 
Personality Psychology, Psychology of Religion
"Ralph Piedmont"

BA 1980 Summa Cum Laude Iona College, NY, Psychology/History
MA 1984 Boston University Psychology
PhD 1989 Boston University, Personality Psychology
Post-Doctoral Fellowship 1989-1990, National Institute on Aging
1995-Present Loyola University Maryland, Professor of Pastoral Counseling
Founding Editor, Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2009

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Braganza D, Piedmont RL. (2015) The impact of the core transformation process on spirituality, symptom experience, and psychological maturity in a mixed age sample in India: a pilot study. Journal of Religion and Health. 54: 888-902
Piedmont RL. (2014) Looking back and finding our way forward: An editorial call to action Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. 6: 265-267
Boudreaux MJ, Piedmont RL, Sherman MF, et al. (2013) Identifying personality-related problems in living: the multi-context problems checklist. Journal of Personality Assessment. 95: 62-73
Piedmont RL. (2013) A short history of the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality: Providing growth and meaning for Division 36 Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. 5: 1-4
Brown IT, Chen T, Gehlert NC, et al. (2013) Age and gender effects on the Assessment of Spirituality and Religious Sentiments (ASPIRES) scale: A cross-sectional analysis Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. 5: 90-98
Piedmont RL, Wilkins TA, Hollowitz J. (2013) The relevance of spiritual transcendence in a consumer economy: The dollars and sense of it Journal of Social Research and Policy. 4: 59-77
Piedmont RL, Sherman MF, Sherman NC. (2012) Maladaptively high and low openness: the case for experiential permeability. Journal of Personality. 80: 1641-68
Wilkins TA, Piedmont RL, Magyar-Russell GM. (2012) Spirituality or religiousness: Which serves as the better predictor of elements of mental health? Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion. 23: 53-73
Piedmont RL, Sherman MF, Sherman NC, et al. (2009) Using the five-factor model to identify a new personality disorder domain: the case for experiential permeability. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 96: 1245-58
Landis SK, Sherman MF, Piedmont RL, et al. (2009) The relation between elevation and self-reported prosocial behavior: Incremental validity over the Five-Factor Model of Personality Journal of Positive Psychology. 4: 71-84
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