Development and validitation of ego identity
Both raters were blind to measures of the participants' parental attachment, religiosity, and ego identity
For adults, mirroring is provided unconsciously by authorities, celebrities, mentors, spiritual leaders, neighbors, relatives--but most importantly those who trigger one's archetypal complexes--to establish ego identity
has been approached either from a typological point of view (e.
In her research program on ethnic identity development among ethnic minority adolescents, Jean Phinney (1989) developed a model that is "consonant with Marcia's (1980) ego identity
statuses, that reflects the stages and issues described in the ethnic identity literature, and that can be applied across several ethnic groups" (p.
Addressing the importance of occupational identity in identity formation, Melgosa (1987) developed the Occupational Identity Scales (OIS) from Marcia's (1966) definition of ego identity
status: Diffusion, Foreclosure, Moratorium, and Achievement.
Questionnaire of Extended Objective Measure of Ego Identity
Religious ego identity
and its relationship to faith maturity.
First, there is sparse information about the relationship between doubt and Marcia's ego identity
It did serve, certainly, as a potent reminder of the tenuousness, and the necessity, of some aspects of ego identity
In his study of students from the Bible Belt region, Tobacyk did not evaluate the paranormal beliefs of upper-division college students who may have had a more developed ego identity
than the introductory subjects.
For assessing participant's identity style, we used extended objective measure of ego identity