form-class.Psychonomic Science, 1969, 17, 79-80.
6. K.Loewenthal: A study of imperfectly acquired vocabulary. British Journal of Psychology, 1971, 62, 225-233. B
7. K.Loewenthal: Effects of understanding from the audience on language behaviour. In S.Moscovici (ed) Readings in Sociopsycholinguistics, Mouton,1972. CH
8. K.Loewenthal & B.Kostrevski: The effects of training in written communication on verbal skills. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 1973, 43, 82-86. B
9. K.Loewenthal & G.Gibbs: Word familiarity and retention. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1974, 26, 15-25. A
10. K.M.Loewenthal: Property. European Journal of Social Psychology, 1974, 6, 73-81. A
11. K.Loewenthal: Psychology and Religion: comments on Giles, Jones, Horton and Lay.Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 1975, 28, 349-350. C
12. K.Loewenthal: Handwriting and self-presentation. Journal of Social Psychology, 1975, 96, 267-270. C
13. K.Loewenthal & P.Bick: Silence and role uncertainty. Journal of Social Psychology, 1976, 99, 151. C
14. K.Loewenthal: What is the unconscious? Learn,1979, 3, 36.
15. K.Loewenthal: Exams: how to cope with stress. Learn,1979, 7, 7-9.
16. K.Loewenthal: The UFO phenomenon. New Society,1979, 47, 241-2.
17. K.Loewenthal: What does handwriting tell us about personality? New Society,1980, 51, 544-5.
18. S.Tahta, M.Wood & K.Loewenthal: Foreign accents: factors relating to transfer of accent from the first language to a second language. Language and Speech, 1981, 24, 265-72. B
19. S.Tahta, M.Wood & K.Loewenthal: Age changes in the ability to replicate foreign pronunciation and intonation. Language and Speech, 1981, 24, 367-72. B
20. K.Loewenthal: Family planning: Jewish attitudes.In T.Gurary (ed) Aura: a reader on Jewish Womanhood,New York: Lubavitch,1985. CH
21. K.Loewenthal: Handwriting as a guide to character.In M.Harris & D.MacKenzie-Davey (eds)Judging People,McGraw-Hill,1982. CH
22. K.M.Loewenthal: Jewish attitudes to family planning. Jewish Chronicle,August 1982.
23. K.Loewenthal & D.Bull: Imitation of foreign sounds: what is the effect of age? Language and Speech, 1984, 27, 95-98. B
24. K.Loewenthal: Attribution of religious commitment: different accounts by the religious and the nonreligious. Journal of Social Psychology, 1985, 125, 519-520. C
25. K.Loewenthal: Unstructured groups in undergraduate social psychology teaching.Psychology Teaching,1985.
26. K.Loewenthal: Factors affecting religious commitment. Journal of Social Psychology, 1986, 125-126. C
27. K.Loewenthal: Religious development and experience in Habad-hasidic women. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 1988, 12, 5-20.
28. K.Loewenthal: The shape of Jews to come. In C.Shindler (ed) Fourth Jacob Sonntag Memorial Symposium, Jewish Quarterly,1989,133,34-43. A
29. K.M.Loewenthal: The happiness of the Anglo-Jewish woman. HaMaor,1989,18-21.
30. K.Loewenthal: Marriage and religious commitment: the case of hasidic women. Religion Today, 1988, 5, 8-10. A
31. K.Eames & K.Loewenthal: Non-content factors in the assessment of essays; handwriting and the judge’s expertise. Journal of Social Psychology, 1990, 130, 831-834. C
32. K.Loewenthal: Judaism and Feminism. In P.Ginsbury (ed) L’Eylah: special issue on Feminism, London,1991. CH
33. M.James & K.Loewenthal: Handwriting stereotypes for the judgment of depression.Journal of Social Psychology, 1991, 131, 747-748 C
34. A.Jarrett & K.M.Loewenthal: Employer’s social judgments based on handwriting and
typeface. Journal of Social Psychology,1991, 131, 749-750 C
35. K.Loewenthal: Depression, Melancholy and Judaism. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 1992, 2, 101-108. C
36. K.Loewenthal, K.Eames, C.Loewenthal, V.Goldblatt, V.Amos and S.Mullarkey) Levels of wellbeing and distress in orthodox Jewish men and women. Journal of Psychology and Judaism, 1993, 16, 225-233.
37. K.Loewenthal: Religion, stress and distress Religion Today, 1993, 8, 14-16. A
38. K.Loewenthal & N.Cornwall: Religiosity and perceived control of life events International Journal for the Psychology of Religion,1993, 3, 39-46. C
39. K.M.Loewenthal & V.Goldblatt: Family size and depressive symptoms in orthodox Jewish women. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 1993, 27,3-10. A
40. K.M.Loewenthal: Judaism and Psychoanalysis, L’Eylah, 1993, 35, 42-43.
41. K.Loewenthal, V. Goldblatt, V. Amos & S.Mullarkey: Some correlates of wellbeing and distress in Anglo-Jewish women. In L.Brown (ed)Religion, Personality and Mental Health.New York: Springer-Verlag, 1993. CH
42. K.M.Loewenthal, V.Goldblatt & others: Gender and depression in Anglo-Jewry.Psychological Medicine, 1995, 25, 1051-1063. A
43. K.M.Loewenthal & C.Bradley: Immunisation uptake and doctors’ perceptions of uptake in a minority group: implications for interventions. Psychology, Health and Medicine, 1996, 1, 223-230. C
44. S.Hamid & K.M.Loewenthal: Inferring gender from handwriting in Urdu and English.Journal of Social Psychology, 1996, 136, 778-782. C
45. K.M.Loewenthal: Religious beliefs about illness. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 1997, 7, 173-176. C
46. B.Grady & K.M.Loewenthal: Features associated with speaking in tongues (Glossolalia).British Journal of Medical Psychology, 1997, 70, 185-191. C
47. K.M.Loewenthal: Stress and distress in orthodox-Jewish men and women. British Psychological Society, Bulletin of the Psychology of Women Section, 1996, 18, 6-11.
48. K.M. Loewenthal, V.Goldblatt & others: The social circumstances of anxiety among Anglo-Jews. Journal of Affective Disorders, 1997, 46, 87-94. A
49. K.M. Loewenthal, V.Goldblatt & others: (1997) The costs and benefits of boundary maintenance: Stress, religion and culture among Jews in Britain. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 32, 200-207. B
50. A.Kose & K.M.Loewenthal: Conversion motifs in British converts to Islam. International Journal for Psychology of Religion, 10, 101-110, 2000 C
51. K.M.Loewenthal: Religion and Depression in the Jewish context.Journal of Psychology and Judaism (In press).
52. K.M.Loewenthal: Review article on The Unconscious at Work: Individual and Organizational Stress in the Human Services, edited by A. Obholzer & V.Roberts. Human Relations, 49 , 1998. A
53. K.M.Loewenthal: Invited review of Psychiatry and Religion, edited by D. Bhugra. Psychological Medicine, 27, 1450-1452, 1998. A
54. K.M.Loewenthal: Haredi women, Haredi men, stress and distress. Israel Journal of Psychiatry, 35, 217-224, 1998. C
55. K.M.Loewenthal: Religious issues in mental health among minority groups: Issues in Great Britain in the 1990s. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. C
56. S.Dein & K.M.Loewenthal: Editorial: Mental health and religion. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 1, 5-10, 1998.
57. S.Dein & K.M.Loewenthal: Holy healing: The growth of religious and spiritual therapies.Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 1, 85-90, 1998
58. M.Cinnirella & K.M.Loewenthal: Religious and ethnic group influences on beliefs about mental illness: A qualitative interview study. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 72, 505-524, 1999. C
59. K.M.Loewenthal: Religious issues and their psychological aspects. In K.Bhui & D.Olajide (eds) Cross Cultural Mental Health Services: Contemporary Issues in Service Provision. London: W.B. Saunders, 1999. CH
60. S.Dein & K.M.Loewenthal: The millennium and mental health. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 2, 5-8, 1999.
61. K.M.Loewenthal & M.Cinnirella: Beliefs about the efficacy of religious, medical and psychotherapeutic interventions for depression and schizophrenia among different cultural-religious groups in Great Britain. Transcultural Psychiatry, 36, 491-504, 1999.
62. S.Dein & K.M.Loewenthal: Mysticism and psychiatry. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 2, 101-104, 1999.
63. K.M.Loewenthal, M.W.Eysenck, D.Harris
G.Lubitsh, T.Gorton & G. Keinan: Job dysfunction and distress in airline pilots in relation to contextually-assessed stress. Stress Medicine, 16, 179-183, 2000.
64. M.Yossifova & K.M.Loewenthal: Religion and the judgement of obsessionality. . Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 2, 145-152, 1999.
65. K.M.Loewenthal, A.K.MacLeod, V. Goldblatt, G.Lubitsh & J.D.Valentine: Comfort and Joy: Religion, cognition and mood in individuals under stress. Cognition and Emotion, 14, 355-374, 2000. A
66. K.M.Loewenthal, A.K.MacLeod & M.Cinnirella:Are women more religious than men? Gender differences in religious activity among different religious groups in the UK.Personality and Individual Differences, 32, 133-139, 2001. B
67. K.M.Loewenthal with M.Brooke-Rogers: Culturally and religiously sensitive psychological help – from a Jewish perspective. In S.King-Spooner & C.Newnes (eds) Spirituality and Psychotherapy. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books, 2001 CH
68. K.M.Loewenthal, M.Cinnirella, G. Evdoka & P.Murphy: Faith conquers all? Beliefs about the role of religious factors in coping with depression among different cultural-religious groups in the UK. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 74, 293-303, 2001. C
69. Z.Kamal & K.M.Loewenthal: Suicide beliefs and behaviour among young Muslims and Hindus in the UK. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 5, 111-118, 2002.
70. K.M.Loewenthal, A.K.MacLeod, S.Cook, M.J.Lee & V.Goldblatt (2002) Tolerance for depression: Are there cultural and gender differences? Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 9, 681-688. A*
71. K.M.Loewenthal: A contemporary interface between religion and psychotherapy. Journal of Judaism and Civilisation, 4, 64-79, 2002.
72. K.M.Loewenthal & M.Cinnirella: (2003) Religious issues in ethnic minority mental health with special reference to schizophrenia in Afro-Caribbeans in Britain: a systematic review. In D.Ndegwa & D.Olajide (editors) Main Issues in Mental Health and Race.London: Ashgate CH
73. K.M.Loewenthal, A.K.MacLeod, S.Cook, M.J.Lee & V.Goldblatt: Beliefs about
form-class.Psychonomic Science, 1969, 17, 79-80.