The Religious Commitment Inventory--10: Development, Refinement, and Validation of a Brief Scale for Research and Counseling.

@article{Worthington2003TheRC,
  title={The Religious Commitment Inventory--10: Development, Refinement, and Validation of a Brief Scale for Research and Counseling.},
  author={Everett L. Worthington and Nathaniel Wade and Terry L. Hight and Jennifer S. Ripley and Michael E. McCullough and John W. Berry and Michelle M. Schmitt and James T. Berry and Kevin H. Bursley and Lynn E. O'Connor},
  journal={Journal of Counseling Psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={50},
  pages={84-96}
}
The authors report the development of the Religious Commitment Inventory-10 (RCI-10), used in 6 studies. Sample sizes were 155, 132, and 150 college students; 240 Christian church-attending married adults; 468 undergraduates including (among others) Buddhists (n = 52), Muslims (n = 12), Hindus (n = 10), and nonreligious (n = 117); and 217 clients and 52 counselors in a secular or 1 of 6 religious counseling agencies. Scores on the RCI-10 had strong estimated internal consistency, 3-week and 5… 

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