Reliability And Validity Of The Brief Multidimensional Measure Of Religiousness/Spirituality Among Adolescents

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Advance Care Planning and HIV Symptoms in Adolescence

May 21, 2020 The Brief Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness/ Spirituality (adapted) was developed to assess health-relevant domains of religiousness and/or spirituality. Reliability and validity is well established with adolescents.45 48 On the basis of our previous research, the following 5 items were preselected on the basis of

Measuring Multiple Dimensions of Religion and Spirituality

validity. The resulting instrument is: multidimensional, brief enough to be included in clinical or epidemiological survey interviews, inclusive of both traditional religiousness and non-institutionally- based spirituality, appropriate for diverse Judeo-Christian populations, and potentially useful in many types of health research.

Reliability and Validity of the Brief Multidimensional

suggest that most BMMRS measures are reliable and valid for use among adolescents. Keywords Religiousness Spirituality Adolescents Measures Reliability Validity Introduction Interest in the effects of religious involvement and spirituality on adolescent health has

Reliability and Validity of the Brief Multidimensional

reliability only and no assessment of validity), often on just a subset of BMMRS scales, since a more comprehensive evaluation was not the focus of these studies.

Validation of the Croatian Version of the Duke Religion Index

research community, especially among adolescents. The Duke Religion Index, DUREL,22 is a brief scale with good psychometric characteristics already translated into more than ten languages and used in worldwide stud-ies23 26. It is a five-item measure of religious involvement, briefly assessing the three major dimensions of religiosity:

Evaluating the Religious Commitment Inventory for Adolescents

Our first goal was to produce a measure for adolescent religious-ness that has good psychometric characteristics (clear factor struc-ture, acceptable reliability and validity) across different groups of adolescents. An exploratory factor analysis of the RCI-10 pro-duced two factors: Intrapersonal Religiousness and Interpersonal

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to have good validity and reliability among adolescents in Boston, USA 18. from the instrument, questions were selected on daily spiritual experiences, private religious practices, organizational religiosity, overall self-ranking of religiosity, religiosity history, and religious commitment. Other questions were added to measure more aspects of