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Steven Pirutinsky
Steven Pirutinsky
Touro College, Graduate School of Social Work
Verified email at touro.edu
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COVID-19, mental health, and religious coping among American Orthodox Jews
S Pirutinsky, AD Cherniak, DH Rosmarin
Journal of religion and health 59, 2288-2301, 2020
2902020
Does negative religious coping accompany, precede, or follow depression among Orthodox Jews?
S Pirutinsky, DH Rosmarin, KI Pargament, E Midlarsky
Journal of affective disorders 132 (3), 401-405, 2011
2022011
A randomized controlled evaluation of a spiritually integrated treatment for subclinical anxiety in the Jewish community, delivered via the Internet
DH Rosmarin, KI Pargament, S Pirutinsky, A Mahoney
Journal of anxiety disorders 24 (7), 799-808, 2010
1892010
Grateful to God or just plain grateful? A comparison of religious and general gratitude
DH Rosmarin, S Pirutinsky, AB Cohen, Y Galler, EJ Krumrei
The Journal of Positive Psychology 6 (5), 389-396, 2011
1682011
Are religious beliefs relevant to mental health among Jews?
DH Rosmarin, S Pirutinsky, KI Pargament, EJ Krumrei
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality; Psychology of Religion and …, 2009
1342009
Does religiousness increase self-control and reduce criminal behavior? A longitudinal analysis of adolescent offenders
S Pirutinsky
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (11), 1290-1307, 2014
882014
Jewish spirituality, depression, and health: An empirical test of a conceptual framework
EJ Krumrei, S Pirutinsky, DH Rosmarin
International journal of behavioral medicine 20, 327-336, 2013
882013
A longitudinal study of spirituality, character strengths, subjective well-being, and prosociality in middle school adolescents
A Kor, S Pirutinsky, M Mikulincer, A Shoshani, L Miller
Frontiers in psychology 10, 377, 2019
862019
Does social support mediate the moderating effect of intrinsic religiosity on the relationship between physical health and depressive symptoms among Jews?
S Pirutinsky, DH Rosmarin, CL Holt, RH Feldman, LS Caplan, E Midlarsky, ...
Journal of Behavioral Medicine 34, 489-496, 2011
742011
Attitudes toward spirituality/religion among members of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
DH Rosmarin, D Green, S Pirutinsky, D McKay
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 44 (6), 424, 2013
702013
Incorporating spiritual beliefs into a cognitive model of worry
DH Rosmarin, S Pirutinsky, RP Auerbach, T Björgvinsson, ...
Journal of Clinical Psychology 67 (7), 691-700, 2011
692011
Do medical models of mental illness relate to increased or decreased stigmatization of mental illness among orthodox Jews?
S Pirutinsky, DD Rosen, RS Safran, DH Rosmarin
The Journal of nervous and mental disease 198 (7), 508-512, 2010
582010
Maintaining a grateful disposition in the face of distress: The role of religious coping.
DH Rosmarin, S Pirutinsky, D Greer, M Korbman
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 8 (2), 134, 2016
552016
Religious coping moderates the relationship between emotional functioning and obesity.
S Pirutinsky, DH Rosmarin, CL Holt
Health Psychology 31 (3), 394, 2012
542012
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
522023
Does working memory enhance or interfere with speech fluency in adults who do and do not stutter? Evidence from a dual-task paradigm
N Eichorn, K Marton, RG Schwartz, RD Melara, S Pirutinsky
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 59 (3), 415-429, 2016
522016
Cognitive flexibility in preschool children with and without stuttering disorders
N Eichorn, K Marton, S Pirutinsky
Journal of fluency disorders 57, 37-50, 2018
482018
A brief measure of core religious beliefs for use in psychiatric settings
DH Rosmarin, S Pirutinsky, KI Pargament
The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 41 (3), 253-261, 2011
472011
Family functioning among returnees to Orthodox Judaism in Israel.
A Kor, M Mikulincer, S Pirutinsky
Journal of Family Psychology 26 (1), 149, 2012
442012
The terror management function of Orthodox Jewish religiosity: A religious culture approach
S Pirutinsky
Mental Health, Religion and Culture 12 (3), 247-256, 2009
432009
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