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"Factors Contributing to Secondary Post-Traumatic Stress" with Kevin J. Flannelly, Bonita E. Taylor, Karen G. Costa. Presented at the conference on Integrating Research on Spirituality and Health and Well-Being into Service Delivery. held at the Natcher Conference Center, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, April 2, 2003.
 

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"Judah (Son of Jacob)" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 14. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Jochebed" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 14. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Joseph (Son of Jacob)" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 14. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Jephthah's Daughter" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 13. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Isaac (Patriarch)" Judaism Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 13. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Jael (Person)" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 13. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Ishmael (Son of Abraham and Hagar)" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 13. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Jacob and Esau, Story of" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 13. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Jacob (Patriarch)" Judaism - Modern Judaism; Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 13. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston)
"Hagar" Judaism - Modern Judaism ; [with Nahem Ilan] in Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception, vol 10. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston) ; cols. 1120-21
"Ezra (Book and Person)." Judaism - Modern Judaism in Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception, vol 8. De Gruyter (Berlin, Boston) 2014; cols. 636-638
"Jewish Religion's Influence on Health in the Family," [with Bonita E Taylor] in The Encyclopedia of Family Health, SAGE Publishers, 2011.

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