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Volume 50 Issue 2 (June 1977), Pages 113-208

The psychological gains and losses of religious conversion (pages 177-180)

A presentation of case material demonstrating productive identity formation and conflict resolution resulting from religious conversion with at the same time significant repression that so affected personal relatedness as to eventually lead to breakdown of adjustment.

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