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    • Secular, but not Religious, Coping Predicts Self-Control 

      Poncelet, Tara L.; Schultz, Gretchen (2012-04)
      In psychological terms, most Americans believe that relgious beliefs afford greater ability to regulate and control behavior. This study tested a common assumption that religious beliefs enable a person to resist temptation, ...