Christopher A. Lewis
Mae’r ffrwd ymchwil yma yn ceisio deall rôl clerigwyr o fewn y gymdeithas sydd ohoni. Mae’r gwaith yn y maes hwn wedi canolbwyntio ar iechyd seicolegol, straen a chwythu plwc cysylltiedig â gwaith. Mae’r gwaith hefyd wedi ymwneud â deall proffilau personoliaeth seicolegol clerigwyr mewn gwahanol enwadau ledled y byd.
Francis, L.J., & Robbins, M. (2008). Psychological type and prayer preferences: A study among Anglican clergy in the United Kingdom. Mental Health Religion and Culture, 11, 67-84.
Francis, L.J. Wulff, K., & Robbins, M. (2008). The relationship between work-related psychological health and psychological type among clergy serving in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Journal of Empirical Theology, 21, 166-182.
Robbins, M., & Fowler, C. (2008). Married with children: The experience of women ministers of word and sacrament in the United Reformed Church. Journal of Beliefs and Values, 29, 321-326.
Francis, L.J., Robbins, M., Kaldor, P., & Castle, K. (2009). Psychological type and work-related psychological health among clergy in Australia, England and New Zealand. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28, 200-212.
Robbins, M., & Francis, L.J. (2010). Work-related psychological health and psychological type among Church of England clergywomen. Review of Religious Research, 52, 57-71.
Brewster, C.E., Francis, L.J., & Robbins, M. (2011). In ordained ministry there is neither male nor female? The personality profile of male and female Anglican clergy engaged in multi-parish rural ministry. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 33. 1-11.
Robbins, M., Francis, L.J., Ryland, A. (2011). Do introverts appreciate the same things as extraverts within a ministry team? A study among leaders within the Newfrontiers network of churches in the United Kingdom. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 22, 306-314.
Fawcett, B.G., Francis, L.J., & Robbins, M. (2011). Imagining themselves as ministers: How religiously committed Baptist youth respond to the revised Payne Index of Ministry Styles (PIMS2). Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 22, 264-285.Francis, L.J., Whinney, M., Burton, L., & Robbins, M. (2011). Psychological type preferences of male and female free church ministers in England. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 22, 251-263.