Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 22(4), 340-352.
What does JSSR stand for?
JSSR stands for Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion
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We have 5 other meanings of JSSR in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Security Systems Program
- Joint Stockpile Sampling Program
- Journal of Societal and Social Policy
- Justice Sector Support Program (Afghanistan; government consortium)
- Job Scheduling Strategies for Parallel Processing (conference)
- JiJi Self Service Password Reset (computer program)
- Japan Society for Science Policy and Research Management
- Japanese Society of Sleep Research
- Japanese Society of Stoma Rehabilitation (Asian Society of Stoma Rehabilitation)
- Jerusalem School of Synoptic Research (est. 1985; Israel and US)
- Journal of Social Studies Research (International Society for the Social Studies)
- Justice and Security Sector Reform
- Joint Southern Surveillance Reconnaissance Operations Center
- Japan Society of Sport Sociology (est. 1991)
- Java Script Style Sheet
- Jazz Scale Suggester System (software)
- Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society
- Journal of the South Seas Society (Singapore)
- JVX (v-22) Simulation Support Software
- Joint Single Site Storage Facility
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Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 18, 401-411.
a study in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion by C.
As discussed in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion (1995) by Gary Leak and Brandy Randall, "individuals who score high on the RWA scale are prone to aggress against unpopular or unconventional groups, feel morally superior and self-righteous, possess a mean-spiritedness that is coupled with vindictiveness and a `secret pleasure' when others experience misfortune, and appear prejudiced toward out-groups.
Given the acceptance of the studies by both the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion and the American Sociological Association, those questions deserve attention.
JOURNAL FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF RELIGION Desmond, S.
Mark Chaves of Notre Dame published his findings last month in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.