Morality, Culture, and Action
Miles, Andrew. "An Assessment of Methods for Measuring Automatic Cognition." 2019. The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology, edited by Wayne H. Brekhus and Gabe Ignatow. Oxford University Press.
Miles, Andrew, Raphael Charron-Chenier, and Cyrus Schleifer. 2019. "Measuring Automatic Cognition: Practical Advances for Sociological Research Using Dual-Process Models." American Sociological Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0003122419832497.
Miles, Andrew, and Laura Upenieks. 2018. "An Expanded Model fo teh Moral Self: Beyond Care and Justice." Social Science Research 72:1-19.
Miles, Andrew, and Stephen Vaisey. 2015. "Morality and Politics: Comparing Alternate Theories." Social Science Research 53 (September):252-269.
Miles, Andrew. 2015. “The (Re)genesis of Values: Examining the Importance of Values for Action.” American Sociological Review 80(4):680-704.
Miles, Andrew. 2014. “Addressing the Problem of Cultural Anchoring: An Identity-Based Model of Culture in Action.” Social Psychology Quarterly 77(2):210-227.
Miles, Andrew. 2014. “Demographic Correlates of Moral Differences in the Contemporary United States.” Poetics 46:75-88.
Vaisey, Stephen, and Andrew Miles. 2014. “Tools from Moral Psychology for Measuring Personal Moral Culture.” Theory & Society 43(3-4):311-332.
Johnson, Kate M, Ravi Iyer, Sean P. Wojcik, Stephen Vaisey, Andrew Miles, Veronica Chu, and Jesse Graham. 2014. “Ideology-Specific Patterns of Moral Motivation Predict Intentions Not to Vote.” Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14(1):61-77.
Miles, Andrew, and Stephen Vaisey. 2014. “Comparing Alternate Theories of Moral Influence on Political Outcomes: A Research Report from the Measuring Morality Project.”
Victor, Elizabeth, Stephen Vaisey, and Andrew Miles. 2014. “The Role of Moral Worldviews in Predicting Sexual Behavior From Adolescence to Emerging Adulthood.” Journal of Adolescent Research. doi:10.1177/0743558414561294.
Vaisey, Stephen, and Andrew Miles. 2017. “What You Can – and Can't – Do with Three-Wave Panel Data.” Sociological Methods and Research. 46(1):44-67.
Miles, Andrew. 2016. “Obtaining Predictions from Models Fit to Multiply-Imputed Data.” Sociological Methods and Research 45(1):175-185.
Religion and Health
Upenieks, Laura, Steven Foy, and Andrew Miles. 2018. "Beyond American: Cross-national Context and the Impact of Religious Versus Secular Organizational Membership on Self-rated Health." Socius 4:1-19. https://doi.org/10.1171/2378023118795954.
Manning, Lydia, and Andrew Miles. 2017. “Examining the Effects of Religion on Resilience in the Face of Lifecourse Trauma: Is Religion Really Beneficial?” Journal of Religion and Health. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10943-017-0438-5.
Eagle, David Edwin, Andrew Miles, and Rae Jean Proeschold Bell. 2017. "The Honeymoon in Over: Occupational Relocation and Changes in Mental Health Among United Methodist Clergy." Review of Religious Research 59(1):31-45.
Proeschold-Bell, Rae Jean, Andrew Miles, Matthew Toth, Christopher Adams, and Bruce W. Smith, and David Toole. 2013. “Using Effort-Reward Imbalance Theory to Understand High Rates of Depression and Anxiety Among Clergy.” The Journal of Primary Prevention 34:439-453.
Miles, Andrew, and Rae Jean Proescholdbell. 2013. “Overcoming the Challenges of Pastoral Work?: Peer Support Groups and Mental Distress among United Methodist Church Clergy.” Sociology of Religion 74(2):199-226. [published here]
Miles, Andrew, and Rae Jean Proeschold-Bell. 2012. “Are Rural Clergy Worse Off?: An Examination of Occupational Conditions and Pastoral Experiences in a Sample of United Methodist Clergy.” Sociology of Religion 73(1):23-45. [published here]
Miles, Andrew, Rae Jean Proescholdbell, and Eve Puffer. 2011. “Explaining Rural/Non-rural Disparities in Physical Health-Related Quality of Life: A Study of United Methodist Clergy in North Carolina.” Quality of Life Research 20(6):807-815.
Miles, Andrew, and Rae Jean Proescholdbell. 2011. “Denominational Research Report: Exploring Rural/Non-rural Differences among United Methodist Churches and Clergy in North Carolina.” Review of Religious Research 53(3):371-372.
Cranney, Stephen, and Andrew Miles. 2017. “Desperate Housewives? Differences in Work Satisfaction between Stay-at-Home and Employed Mothers, 1972-2012.” Journal of Family Issues. 38(11):1604-1625.
Foy, Steven, Robert Freeland, Andrew Miles, Kim Rogers, and Lynn Smith-Lovin. 2014. “Emotions and Affect as Source, Outcome and Resistance to Inequality.” Pp. 295-324 in Handbook of the Social Psychology of Inequality, edited by Jane D. McLeod, Edward J. Lawler, and Michael Schwalbe. Springer.
Miles, Andrew. 2014. “Health-Related Quality of Life in North Carolina (USA), Rural and Non-Rural Disparities.” Pp. 2807-2809 in Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, edited by Alex. C. Michalos. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.