Journal Articles (Peer-Reviewed)
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.
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.
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.
Miles, Andrew. 2016. “Obtaining Predictions from Models Fit to Multiply-Imputed Data.” Sociological Methods and Research 45(1):175-185.
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. “Demographic Correlates of Moral Differences in the Contemporary United States.” Poetics 46:75-88.
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.
Miles, Andrew. 2014. “Addressing the Problem of Cultural Anchoring: An Identity-Based Model of Culture in Action.” Social Psychology Quarterly 77(2):210-227.
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.
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.
Book Chapters and Research Reports
Miles, Andrew, and Stephen Vaisey. 2014. “Comparing Alternate Theories of Moral Influence on Political Outcomes: A Research Report from the Measuring Morality Project.”
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.
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.