RSAS-3: Validation of a Very Brief Measure of Religious Commitment for Use in Health Research

@article{Clements2013RSAS3VO,
  title={RSAS-3: Validation of a Very Brief Measure of Religious Commitment for Use in Health Research},
  author={Andrea D. Clements and Tifani R. Fletcher and Natalie A. Cyphers and Anna V. Ermakova and Beth Nordstrom Bailey},
  journal={Journal of Religion and Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={54},
  pages={134-152}
}
Religious Commitment is a construct known to be predictive of various health-related factors of importance to researchers. However, data collection efficiency and instrument brevity in healthcare settings are priorities regardless of the construct being measured. Brief, valid instruments are particularly valuable in health research and will be vital for testing mechanisms by which health may be improved or maintained. This series of studies aims to demonstrate that Religious Commitment can be… CONTINUE READING

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