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ArtikelThe Religious Orientation Scale : Review and Meta - Analysis of Social Desirability Effects  
Oleh: Trimble, Douglas E.
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational and Psychological Measurement vol. 57 no. 6 (1997), page 970-986.
Topik: RELIGIOUS; social psychology; religion
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Isi artikelRelibaility and validity of scores on the religious orientation scale (ROS) are reviewed with repect to social desirability. ROS measures intrinsic religiousness (J, religion as an end unto itself) and extrinsic religiousness (E, religion as a means to some end, like friendship or solace). Development of the scale is breifly traced, including the modification of the E scale to include two subscales. Scores from the I scales have good internal consistency reliability (0.63 and 0,64 respectively). I tends to correlate with desirable variables (mental health, altruism, religious commitment) and E correlates with that which is undersirable (prejudice, non marital sex). Meta - analysis revealed that I correlates 0,15 with social desirability but that E does not. Given the religious relevancy of social desirability measures, partialing out this variance is not recommended.
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