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  • Chen, Z., Watson, P. J., Biderman, M.D., & Ghorbani, N. (2015). Investigating the properties of the general  factor (M) in bifactor models applied to Big Five or HEXACO data in terms of method or meaning.     ImaImagination, Cognition, and Personality.
  • Watson, P. J., Chen, Z., Ghorbani, N., & Vartanian, M. (2015). Religious openness hypothesis: I. Religious reflection, schemas, and orientations within religious fundamentalist and biblical foundationalist idel     ideological surrounds. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 34, 99-113.
  • Watson, P. J., Ghorbani, N., Vartanian, M., & Chen, Z. (2015). Religious openness hypothesis: II. Religious reflection and orientations, mystical experience, and psychological openness of Christians in Iran. JourJournal of  Psychology and Christianity, 34, 114-124.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Fayyaz, F., & Chen, Z. (2015). Integrative Self-Knowledge and Marital  Satisfaction. The Journal of psychology, 149(1), 1-18.
  • Watson, P. J., Chen, Z., & Ghorbani, N. (2014). Extrinsic cultural religious orientation: Analysis of an Iranian measure in university students in the United States. Journal of Beliefs & Values: Studies in  Religion  & Ed& Education, 35:1, 61-78.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Farhadi, M., & Chen, Z. (2014). A multi‐process model of self‐regulation:  Influences of Mindfulness, Integrative Self‐Knowledge and Self‐Control in Iran. International JourJournal of  Psychology, 49(2), 115-122.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Aghababaei, N., & Chen, Z. (2014). Transliminality and mystical experience: Common thread hypothesis, religious commitment, and psychological adjustment in Iran. PsycPsychology of  PsycPsychology of Religion and Spirituality, 6(4), 268.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Geranmayepour, S., & Chen, Z. (2014). Muslim experiential religiousness: Relationships with attitude toward Islam, religious reflection, and basic needs satisfaction in Iran                Iranians. Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, 25, 53-72.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Geranmayepour, S., & Chen, Z. (2014). Measuring Muslim spirituality: Relationships of Muslim experiential religiousness with religious and psychological adjustment in  iranIran. Journalof Muslim Mental Health, 8(1), 77-94.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Lotfi, S., & Chen, Z. (2014). Moral Affects, Empathy, and Integrative Self-Knowledge in Iran. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 34(1), 39-56.
  • Chen, Z., Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., & Aghababaei, N. (2013). Muslim experiential religiousness  and Muslim attitudes toward religion: Dissociation of experiential and attitudinal aspects of relig  r    religiosity in Iran. Studia Religiologica, 46(1), 35-44.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Geranmayepour, S., & Chen, Z. (2013). Analyzing the spirituality of Muslim experiential religiousness: Relationships with psychological measures of Islamic religio r         religiousness inIran. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 35, 233-258.
  • Ghasemipour, Y., Robinson, J. A., & Ghorbani, N. (2013). Mindfulness and integrative self-knowledge: Relationships with health-related variables. International Journal of Psychology, 48(6), 1030-1037.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Chen, Z., & Dover, H. (2013). Varieties of openness in Tehran and Qom:  psychological and religious parallels of faith and intellect-oriented Islamic religious reflection. Mental Health,Religion & Culture, 16, 2, 123-137.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Salimian, M., & Chen, Z. (2013). Shame and Guilt: Relationships of Test  of Self-Conscious Affect Measures with Psychological Adjustment and Gender Differences in Iran. Interpersonal Interpersonal: An International Journal on Personal Relationships, 7(1), 97-109.
  • Ghorbani, N., Tahbaz, S, Watson, P. J., & Chen, Z. (2012). Anger, defense mechanisms, and integrative  self-knowledge in Iranian coronary heart disease and cancer patients. In J. M. Turner & A. D.)Mitchell (Eds.), Social psychology: New developments (pp. 75-88). Hauppauge, NY:  Nova Science Publishers.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Saeedi, Z., Chen, Z., & Silver, C. (2012). Religious Problem Solving and the Complexity of Religious Rationality within an Iranian Muslim Ideological Surround. Journal for  the Scientific Study of Religion, 51, 4, 656-675.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Chen, Z., & Norballa, F. (2012). Self-Compassion in Iranian Muslims: Relationships with Integrative Self-Knowledge, Mental Health, and Religious Orientation. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 22, 2, 106-118.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Rezazadeh, Z., & Cunningham, C. J. L. (2011). Dialogical Validity of  Religious Measures in Iran: Relationships with Integrative Self-Knowledge and Self-Control of the  Perfect Man (Ensan-e-Kamel). Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 33, 93-113.
  • Michael D. Biderman, M. D., Nguyen, N. T., Cunningham, C. J. L. & Ghorbani, N. (2011). The Ubiquity   of Common Method Variance: The Case of the Big Five. Journal of Research in Personality, 45,  9.417-429.
  • Watson, P. J., Ghorbani, N., Mousavi, A., Chen, Z. (2011). Integrative Self-Knowledge and the Harmony   of Purpose Model in Iranian Autoimmune Patients. Electronic Journal of Applied Psychology, 7, 2,  1-8.
  • Ghorbani, N., Cunningham, C. J., & Watson, P. J. (2010). Comparative analysis of integrative self-  knowledge, mindfulness, and private self-consciousness in predicting responses to stress in Iran. International  International Journal of Psychology, 45(2), 147-154.
  • Ghorbani, N. P. J. Watson, Hamzavi, F and Bart L. Weathington, B. L. (2010). Self-Knowledge and  Narcissism in Iranians: Relationships with Empathy and Self-Esteem. Current Psychology, 29, 2,  135-143.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Zarehi, J., & Shamohammadi, K. (2010). Muslim extrinsic cultural religious orientation and identity: Relationships with social and personal adjustment in Iran. Journal of   Beliefs & Values, 31(1), 15-28.
  • Ghorbani, N. & Watson, P. J. (2009). Mysticism and self – determination in Iran: multidimensional  complexity of relationships with basic need satisfaction and mindfulness. Archive for the psychology of religion -1-75-9.
  • Ghorbani, N.,Watson, P. j., Shamohammadi,K. (2009) . Post-critical Beliefs in Iran: predicting religious  and psychological functioning. Research in the social scientific study of religion 5-151-19.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J., & Weathington, B.  (۲۰۰۹). Mindfulness in Iran and the United States: Cross-cultural structural complexity and parallel relationship with psychological adjustments.  Current Psychology, 28, 211-224.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Shahmohamadi, K. (2008). After life motivation scale: correlation With  Maladjustment and incremental. Validity in Iranian Muslim. International Journal for the PPsychology of Religion, 18, 22-35.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., & Hargis, M. B. (2008). Integrative self-knowledge Scale: Correlations  and incremental validity of a cross-cultural measure developed in Iran and the United States.  The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 142, 395-412.
  • Tahmasb, A. R., Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J. (2008). Relationships between Self- and Peer-Reported  Integrative Self-Knowledge and the Big Five Factors in Iran. Current Psychology, 27, 169-176.
  • Ghorbani, N., Krauss, S.W., Watson, P. J., & LeBreton, D. (2007). Relationship of perceived Stress with  depression: Complete mediation by perceived control and anxiety in Iran and The United States. Internationa International Journal of Psychology, 43, 6, 958-968.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J., Rostami, R. (2007). Relationship of Self-reported mysticism with depression  and anxiety in Iranian Muslims. Psychological Report, 2,451-454.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J., Rostami, R. (2007). Self-reported mysticism, basic need satisfaction, anxiety  and depression in Iranian Muslims. Psychological Report, 100,242-298.
  • Ghorbani, N.,Watson, P. J., Mirhasani, V. S. (2007). Religious Commitment in Iran: Correlates and factors   of Quest and extrinsic religious orientations. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 29,  245-257.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Khan, Z. H. (2007). Theoretical, empirical, and potential ideological dimensions  of using western conceptualization to measure Muslim Religions commitment. Journal of  Muslim Mental Health, 2,113-131.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J. (2006). Relationship of Experiential and Reflective Self-Knowledge with trait  meta-mood scale, constructive thinking inventory, and the five factors in Iranian Managers. lPsychological Report, 98, 253-260.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J. (2006). Religious orientation types in Iranian Muslims: Difference in alexithymia,  emotional intelligence, self-consciousness, and psychological adjustment. Review of Religious Research, 47Research, 47, 3, 303-310.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J. (2006). Validity of Experiential and Reflective Self-Knowledge Scales: Relationships   with Basic Need Satisfaction among Iranian Factory Workers. Psychological Report, 98, 727-733.
  • Ghorbani, N., Ghramaleki, A. F., & Watson, P. J. (2005). Philosophy, self-knowledge, and personality in Iranian  high school teachers and students. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 139, 81-95.
  • Ghorbani, N., Ghramaleki, A. F., & Watson, P. J. (2005). Constructive Thinking Inventory: Evidence of validity  among Iranian managers. Psychological Reports, 96, 115-121.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J. (2005). Hardiness Scales in Iranian managers: Evidence of incremental validity in   relationships with the five factor model and with organizational and psychological adjustment. Psychological  Psychological Reports, 96, 775-781.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Krauss, S. W., Bing, M.N., & Davison, H. K. (2004). Private self-consciousness   factors: Relationships with need for cognition, locus of control, and obsessive thinking in Iran  and the United States. Journal of Social Psychology, 144, 359-372
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Krauss, S. W., Bing, M. N., & Davison, H. K (2004). Social science as dialogue: Narcissism, individualist and collectivist values, and religious interest in Iran and the United  States. Current Psychology, 23, 111-124.
  • Ghorbani, N., & Watson, P. J. (2004). Two facets of self-knowledge, the five-factor model, and promotions   among Iranian managers. Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, 32, 8, 769-777.
  • Ghorbani, N., Bing, M. N., Watson, P. J., Davison, H. K., & LeBreton, D. L. (2003). Individualist and collectivist  values: Evidence of compatibility in Iran and the United States. Personality and Individual Difference      Differences, 35, 431-447.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Bing, M. N., Davison, H. K., & LeBreton, D. (2003). Two facets of self-knowledge: Cross-cultural development of measures in Iran and the United States. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 12, 238-268.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Ghramaleki, A. F., Morris, R. J., & Hood, R. W., Jr. (2002). Muslim-Christian religious orientation scales: Distinctions, correlations, and cross-cultural analysis in Iran and the United States. The  States. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 12, 69-91.
  • Watson, P. J., Ghorbani, N., Davison, H. K., Bing, M. N., Hood, R. W., Jr., & Ghramaleki, A. F. (2002). Negatively  reinforcing personal extrinsic motivations: Religious orientation, inner awareness, and mental health in Ira  health in Iran and the United States. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 12, 255-276.
  • Ghorbani, N., Bing, M. N., Watson, P. J., Davison, H. K., & Mack, D. A. (2002). Self-reported emotional intelligence: Construct similarity and functional dissimilarity of higher order processing in Iran and the  International  United States. International Journal of Psychology, 37, 297-308.
  • Hood, R. W., Jr., Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Ghramaleki, A. F., Bing, M. N., Davison, H. K., Morris, R. J., & Williamson, W. P. (2001). Dimensions of the Mysticism Scale: Confirming the three-factor structure in t structure in the United States and Iran. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 40, 691-705.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., & Morris, R. J. (2000). Personality, stress, and mental health: Evidence of relationships in a sample of Iranian managers. Personality and Individual Differences, 28, 647-657.
  • Ghorbani, N., Watson, P. J., Ghramaleki, A. F., Morris, R. J., & Hood, R. W., Jr. (2000). Muslim Attitudes  Towards Religion Scale: Factors, validity, and complexity of relationships with mental health in Iran. Mental  Iran. Mental Health, Religion, & Culture, 3, 125-132.

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