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Self-Expansiveness Level Form Revised
Friedman, 2001
SELF
Self-Expansiveness Circles Test
Harris & Pappas, 2002
SECT
Spiritual Identity Questionnaire
Pappas, 2005
SIQ
Spirituality Assessment Scale
Howden, 1992
SAS
NEO Personality Inventory-Revised
Costa & McCrae, 1992
Neuroticism and Opennes to Experience Depression Anxiety Stress Scale-42
Lovibond & Lovibond, 1995
OES & DASS
According to Krippner & Welch, it is presence or absence of an individual’s focus on higher broader, deeper life meanings that transcend ordinary existence.
Spirituality
This is Substantive and Functional
Religion
This represents religion broadly in terms of belief systems, symbols, and ideologies based on instutionalized divine entity or sacred being.
Substantive Religion
This represents religion not based on specific belief or practice
Functional Religion
This represents how a person believes and how it relates to him or her
Funcitional Religion
This represents personal liberation and emancipation and support with respect to life’s problems
Funcitonal Religion
Concerned primarily with notions of existence being and reality emphasizing humanistic and existentialist points of departure
Functional Religion