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A revision of the Collett-Lester Fear of Death Scale is presented, eliminating a deviant item that reduced the reliability of the scale. Using a sample of 191 undergraduates, four 7-item subscales… (More)
In a sample of 43 male undergraduates, scores on religiosity in a Muslim context and death anxiety (Arabic Scale of Death Anxiety) were not associated.
In a sample of 273 American undergraduates, scores on a battery of personality tests did not differ by birth order in 2-child or 3-child families.
In two studies of American and Kuwait students, scores on a measure of having a Taoist orientation were associated with less psychopathology on measures of anxiety, death anxiety, existential… (More)
In samples of Kuwaiti (n=460) and American (n=273) college students, the Reynolds Suicide Ideation Questionnaire (SIQ) proved to have good internal consistency and concurrent validity with measures… (More)
A 6-item scale to assess ontological insecurity showed reasonable reliability and factorial purity in a sample of 193 undergraduates.
The competence of pre-pubertal buffalo heifers’ oocytes for in vitro maturation, fertilization and development were studied and compared with that of the adult buffalo oocytes. Ovaries were collected… (More)
In samples of American and Kuwaiti students, scores on an ego-grasping scale were associated with measures of psychopathology, the latter more strongly associated with ego-grasping scores for the… (More)
In a sample of 460 Kuwaiti undergraduates and 273 American students, the Taoist-Orientation scale had different factor patterns in an item-analysis but had good internal consistency reliability for… (More)
This paper explores the associations between mental health, subjective wellbeing, and religiosity among Kuwaiti and American college students. Our method involved recruiting two convenience samples… (More)