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Record identifier : 568501
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Hodges, Tim
Title and statement of responsibility : Social interest and Christian spiritual maturity [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Adler School of Professional Psychology, 2006
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : PsY.D.
Body granting the degree : , Adler School of Professional Psychology
Summary or Abstract : This study examined the relationship between major constructs of Individual Psychology and Christianity: Social interest and spiritual maturity. Social interest was measured by the Sulliman Scale of Social Interest (SSSI) (Sulliman, 1973), while spiritual maturity was measured by the Spiritual Assessment Inventory (SAI) (Hall & Edwards, 1996, 2002). The subjects were 150 college students: 85 from a Bible college and 65 from a Liberal Arts university. All participants completed the SSSI, SAI, demographics form, and religious behavior questionnaire. The findings of this study suggest that social interest and spiritual maturity are significantly related. The SSSI total score and subscales were correlated with the SAI subscales and religious behavior using the Pearson r and stepwise multiple regression. The results showed social interest to be moderately related with Awareness (A) and Realistic Acceptance (RA), two subscales reflecting spiritual maturity. Moderate and relatively strong inverse relationships were found between social interest and two subscales reflecting spiritual immaturity: Disappointment (D) and Instability (I). Social interest was not related significantly with Grandiosity (G), religious behavior, or demographic variables. Four subscales of the SAI were found to have significant predictive value with the level of social interest. Instability (I) had the strongest relationship, followed by Awareness (A), Grandiosity (G), and Disappointment (D). Those predictors combined to explain 32 of the variance in social interest.
Topical Name Used as Subject : Psychotherapy, Religious education, Theology
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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