Cyrus Schleifer
Cyrus Schleifer
Professor of Sociology, University of Oklahoma
Verified email at ou.edu
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A prospective study of religion/spirituality and depressive symptoms among adolescent psychiatric patients
RE Dew, SS Daniel, DB Goldston, WV McCall, M Kuchibhatla, C Schleifer, ...
Journal of affective disorders 120 (1-3), 149-157, 2010
1482010
Till porn do us part? A longitudinal examination of pornography use and divorce
SL Perry, C Schleifer
The Journal of Sex Research 55 (3), 284-296, 2018
772018
Family formation and religious service attendance: Untangling marital and parental effects
C Schleifer, M Chaves
Sociological Methods & Research 46 (1), 125-152, 2017
362017
Measuring automatic cognition: Advancing dual-process research in sociology
A Miles, R Charron-Chénier, C Schleifer
American Sociological Review 84 (2), 308-333, 2019
322019
Race and trends in pornography viewership, 1973–2016: Examining the moderating roles of gender and religion
SL Perry, C Schleifer
The Journal of Sex Research 56 (1), 62-73, 2019
272019
Occupational gender inequality among American clergy, 1976–2016: Revisiting the stained-glass ceiling
C Schleifer, AD Miller
Sociology of Religion 78 (4), 387-410, 2017
142017
Love the Science, Hate the Scientists: Conservative Identity Protects Belief in Science and Undermines Trust in Scientists
M Mann, C Schleifer
Social Forces 99 (1), 305-332, 2020
112020
The rise of rational choice theory as a scientific/intellectual movement in sociology
SL Foy, C Schleifer, EA Tiryakian
The American Sociologist 49 (1), 16-36, 2018
102018
Police income and occupational gender inequality
XI Luo, C Schleifer, CM Hill
Police Quarterly 22 (4), 481-510, 2019
82019
The price of the calling: Exploring clergy compensation using Current Population Survey data
C Schleifer, M Chaves
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55 (1), 130-152, 2016
82016
Are Bivocational Clergy Becoming the New Normal? An Analysis of the Current Population Survey, 1996–2017
SL Perry, C Schleifer
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 58 (2), 513-525, 2019
52019
Are the faithful becoming less fruitful? The decline of conservative Protestant fertility and the growing importance of religious practice and belief in childbearing in the US
SL Perry, C Schleifer
Social science research 78, 137-155, 2019
52019
Understanding the rise of born-again Catholics in the United States: The role of educational attainment
SL Perry, C Schleifer
Review of Religious Research 60 (4), 555-574, 2018
52018
The overall and gendered effects of postrelease supervision on recidivism: A propensity score analysis
AD Miller, MS Jones, C Schleifer
Criminal Justice and Behavior 46 (7), 1020-1043, 2019
42019
Patterns of Conservative Religious Belief and Religious Practice across College Majors
C Schleifer, SG Brauer, VR Patel
Sociology of Religion 79 (3), 299-322, 2018
42018
Clergy Working Outside of Congregations, 1976–2018
C Schleifer, W Cadge
Review of Religious Research 61 (4), 411-429, 2019
32019
Are the sanctified becoming the pornified? Religious conservatism, commitment, and pornography use, 1984–2016
SL Perry, C Schleifer
Social Science Quarterly 99 (5), 1614-1626, 2018
32018
Political Ideology and Concerns About White‐Collar Crime: Exploring the Switch Hypothesis
A Kroska, MR Schmidt, C Schleifer
Social Science Quarterly 100 (5), 1685-1698, 2019
12019
Projecting Religious Switching in America: An Increment-decrement Life Tables Approach
B Bartlett, C Schleifer
Population Association of America Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 2016
12016
Family Formation, Educational Attainment, and Religion: Longitudinal Approaches to Religious Change
CJ Schleifer
Duke University, 2015
12015
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