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Religion, spirituality, and positive psychology in adulthood : a developmental view

Bibliographic reference Day, James. Religion, spirituality, and positive psychology in adulthood : a developmental view. In: Journal of Adult Development, Vol. 17, no.4, p. 215-229 (2010)
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