religiosity


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religiosity

[rilij′ē·os′itē]
Etymology: L, religiosus
a psychiatric symptom characterized by the demonstration of excessive or affected piety.
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Although the present study focuses mainly on the transcendent summons dimension, given its conceptual relatedness to religiosity, it also examines relationships with the other two calling dimensions.
Three multivariate logistic regression models were composed to predict NSSI behaviors based on religion and religiosity.
8220;To our knowledge, this is the first study to examine the moderating capacity of religiosity in the context of perceived discrimination and depression symptomatology so that we can understand the vulnerability and the resilience operating in tandem.
Accordingly, efforts to measure religiosity in Muslim societies is shaped, among which the researches of Taei (1985), Shams al-Din (1992), Shojae zand [7] and Khodayari fard et al (1388) are in this category.
In terms of design and methodology, readers will be pleased to see that none of the papers here rely on simple or single measures of religiosity and spirituality.
A Gallup poll (Carroll, 2006) posed questions about religiosity and euthanasia to assess some of these traditional religious views.
I realize that many of those who promote wearing religiosity on one's sleeve argue that for religion to count in the public sphere, you need to parade it there.
In this way, religiosity manifests itself in a practical and concrete manner, and sustains itself.
These overall national averages, however, conceal dramatic regional differences in religiosity across the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Those with higher internal religiosity scores were more likely to seek help from clergy (odds ratio men, 2.
An example of a more complex, multi-item scale was the abbreviated version of the Faulker and DeJong five dimensional religiosity scale (based on work by Glock, 1962 and Glock & Stark, 1966) used by Young and co-workers (1998) in their study of sexual satisfaction in marriage.
However, religions still have a deep impact on the sexuality of their adherents and cross-cultural studies have documented the continuing association between religiosity and conservative attitudes toward sexuality and sexual behaviours (e.