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spirituality scale, religiosity scale

in non-Christian and non-U.S. samples (e.g., Kark et al., 1996; Krause et al., 2002; Piedmont & Leach, 2002).

Kark, J. D., Shemi, G., Friedlander, Y., Martin, O., Manor, O., & Blondheim, S. H.
(1996). Does religious observance promote health? Mortality in secular vs
religious kibbutzim in Israel. American Journal of Public Health, 86, 341–346.

Krause, N., Liang, J., Shaw, B. A., Sugisawa, H., Kim, H. K., & Sugihara, Y. (2002). Religion,
death of a loved one, and hypertension among older adults in Japan. Journals
of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 57, S96–S107.

Piedmont, R. L. & Leach, M. M. (2002). Cross-cultural generalizability of the Spiritual
Transcendence Scale in India: Spirituality as a universal aspect of human experience.
American Behavioral Scientist, 45, 1888–1901.

As Glicksman correctly notes, researchers immersed in American culture
may mistake ideas embedded in American culture as “natural” parts of RS(religious and spiritual).
His critique directs our attention to five themes that he says appear
“throughout” several scales that he reviewed: the importance and value of
(1) nature; (2) forgiveness; (3) a personal relationship with God; (4) private
scriptural study and prayer; and (5) suffering as holding redemptive meaning(in context of justification by faith)

Hill, P. C. & Hood, R. W., Jr. (Eds.) (1999). Measures of religiosity. Birmingham, AL:
Religious Education Press

Hill, P. C. & Pargament, K. I. (2003). Advances in the conceptualization and measurement
of religion and spirituality: Implications for physical and mental
health research. American Psychologist, 58, 64–74

Hill, P. C. Pargament, K. I., Hood, R. W., Jr., McCullough, M. E., Swyers, J. P.,
Larson, D. B., et al. (2000). Conceptualizing religion and spirituality: Points of commonality,
points of departure. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 30, 51–77.

Miller, W. R., & Thoresen, C. E. (2003). Spirituality, religion, and health: An emerging
research field. American Psychologist, 58, 24–35.

Moberg, D. O. (2002). Assessing and measuring spirituality: Confronting dilemmas
of universal and particular evaluative criteria. Journal of Adult Development.
Special Issue: Spirituality and adult development, 9, 47–60.

Cook, T. D. (1985). Postpositivist critical multiplism. In R. L. Shotland, & M. M. Mark
(Eds.), Social science and social policy (pp. 21–62). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Belzen, J. A. & Hood, R. W. (2006). Methodological issues in the psychology of religion:
Toward another paradigm? Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and
Applied, 140, 5–28.

Fetzer. (2003). Multidimensional measurement of religiousness / spirituality for use
in health research (2nd ed.). Kalamazoo, MI: Fetzer Institute (full text: http://
www.fetzer.org).

Smart, N. (1996). Dimensions of the sacred: An anatomy of the world’s beliefs.
Berkeley: University of California Press.

STS = Spiritual Transcendence Scale (Reker’s scale should not be confused with another scale
bearing the same name, studied by Piedmont & Leach, 2002)
Reker (2003)
Reker, G. T. (2003). Provisional manual of the Spiritual Transcendence Scale (STS).
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada: Student Psychologists Press.

Piedmont, R. L. & Leach, M. M. (2002). Cross-cultural generalizability of the Spiritual
Transcendence Scale in India: Spirituality as a universal aspect of human experience.
American Behavioral Scientist, 45, 1888–1901.

SHS = Spiritual History Scale
Hays &c (2001)
Hays, J. C., Meador, K. G., Branch, P. S., & George, L. K. (2001). The Spiritual
History Scale in four dimensions (SHS-4): Validity and reliability. The Gerontologist,
41, 239–249

FACIT-Sp =Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy – Spiritual Well-Being
Peterman &c (2002)
Peterman, A. H., Fitchett, G., Brady, M. J., Hernandez, L., & Cella, D. (2002). Measuring
spiritual well-being in people with cancer: The functional assessment of
chronic illness therapy—spiritual well-being scale (FACIT-Sp). Annals of
Behavioral Medicine, 24, 49–58

DUREL = Duke Religion Index,
Koenig &c (1997)
Koenig, H., Parkerson, G. R., Jr., & Meador, K. G. (1997). Religion index for psychiatric
research. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 885–886.

ROS = Religious Orientation Scale
Allport and Ross (1967)
ROS is often cited to Allport and Ross (1967), but is only available in other sources, such as Hill &
Hood (1999)

Allport, G. W. & Ross, M. J. (1967). Personal religious orientation and prejudice.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 5, 432–443.

RCOPE = Religious Coping
Pargament &c (2000)
Pargament, K. I., Koenig, H. G., & Perez, L. M. (2000). The many methods of religious
coping: Development and initial validation of the RCOPE. Journal of
Clinical Psychology, 56, 519–543.

MMBR = Multidimensional Measure of Black Religion.
Chatters &c (1992)
Chatters, L. M., Levin, J. S., & Taylor, R. J. (1992). Antecedents and dimensions of
religious involvement among older black adults. Journals of Gerontology, 47,
S269–S278.

@ Oman, D. (2009). Unique and Common Facets of Religion and Spirituality: Both Are Important. Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging, 21(4), 275-286. doi: 10.1080/15528030902862471

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