Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Creation of an Objective Measure of God Images in Children
by Gilliam, Heather D., Psy.D., Regent University, 2013, 112; 3536185
Abstract (Summary)

The current study was conducted to facilitate the development and pilot testing of an objective measure of God images (GI) in children ages 8-12. Developmentally appropriate items were developed based on literature on GI in children and current adult measures, as well as the potential influence of parenting on GI. Following administration to a sample of 79 children, a principle components analysis with varimax rotation was conducted. The components that emerged reflected trust, value, and acceptance. The implications and recommendations for future research related to these findings are discussed.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Olson, Lynn
Commitee: Moriarty, Glen, Ripley, Jennifer, Shirokova, Anna
School: Regent University
Department: Psychology and Counseling
School Location: United States -- Virginia
Source: DAI-B 74/06(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Developmental psychology, Spirituality
Keywords: Children, God imagery
Publication Number: 3536185
ISBN: 9781267920331
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