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  • Measuring Religiosity by Direct and Indirect Methods: A Multiple Replication.
    Nudelman, Arthur E. (1976)
    Review of Religious Research 17:2: 102-106.

    Analyzes data from students at various U.S. universities; shows correlations between Twenty Statements Test, salience, & religiosity item answers.

    Associated Search Terms: Religiosity; Twenty Statements Test; Students, undergraduate; Salience
  • Religious Self-designating Behaviors.
    McPhail, Clark (1972)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 11:3: 262-270.

    Associated Search Terms: Identity; Twenty Statements Test; Symbolic interactionism; Self; United States
  • Toward Understanding the Catholic Crisis: Observations on Dissident Priests in Texas.
    Schneider, Louis, and Louis A. Zurcher (1970)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 9:3: 197-209.

    analyzes 1969 interview & Twenty Statements Test data from priests who in 1968 called for the resignation of the archbishop of San Antonio.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, U.S.A.; United States, Texas, San Antonio; Twenty Statements Test; Conflict; Clergy
  • A Comparison of the Direct and Indirect Methods of Religious Measurement.
    Madsen, Gary E. (1968)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Utah.

    Associated Search Terms: Twenty Statements Test; Religiosity scale; Mormon; Students, undergraduate
  • A Social-psychological Study of Religious Non-believers. A Critique and a Replication.
    Swanborn, P.G., and Jan Weima (1966)
    Social Compass 13:2: 158-164.

    Uses the Twenty Statements Test on students in The Netherlands, in response to a study by Tamney, Hopkins, & Jacovini (1965).

    Associated Search Terms: Atheist, Netherlands; Twenty Statements Test; Netherlands; Students, undergraduate
  • A Social-psychological Study of Religious non-Believers.
    Tamney, Joseph B., Kenneth Hopkins, and Joseph Jacovini (1965)
    Social Compass 12:3: 177-186.

    Uses the Twenty Statements Test.

    Associated Search Terms: Twenty Statements Test; Atheist
  • Measuring Religion: Two Methods Compared.
    Vernon, Glenn M. (1962)
    Review of Religious Research 3: 159-165.

    Compares results of student survey data using direct questions about religion & Twenty-Statements-Test references to religious identity.

    Associated Search Terms: Students, undergraduate; Salience questionnaire; Twenty Statements Test
  • Religious Self-identification.
    Vernon, Glenn M. (1962)
    Pacific Sociological Review 5:1: 40-43.

    Analyzes 1958 Twenty Statements Test data from boy scouts at a Washington State summer camp; shows % making religious references by age & denomination.

    Associated Search Terms: Baptist, U.S.A.; Episcopal; Presbyterian, U.S.A.; Lutheran, U.S.A.; Disciples of Christ; Methodist, U.S.A.; Catholic, U.S.A.; Mormon, U.S.A.; United States, Washington; Age; Children; Identity; Congregational, U.S.A.; Twenty Statements Test
  • Is American Religiosity Real?
    Vernon, Glenn M., and Robert L. Stewart (1959)
    The Humanist 19:1: 14-16.

    Based on questionnaire data from students at Central Michigan College; fewer students seem to be religious, judging from Twenty Statements Test data, than report believing religion important in their lives.

    Associated Search Terms: Salience; Twenty Statements Test; Students, undergraduate
  • Some Factors Influencing Women to Choose Church-Related Vocations. A Study in Occupational Sociology.
    Linder, Irene Christine (1956)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Iowa.

    Analyzes 1954-55 survey data from students at the National College for Christian Workers, participants in a Methodist training program, & a control from the University of Missouri--Kansas City.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Occupation; Self concept; United Methodist, U.S.A.; Vocation; Identity; Motivation; Twenty Statements Test
  • An Empirical Investigation of Self-Attitudes.
    Kuhn, Manford H., and Thomas S. McPartland (1954)
    American Sociological Review 19:1: 68-76.

    Twenty Statements Test data from undergraduate students at Iowa State University; variations in consensually-based self-identifications by majority vs. minority religious membership.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbolic interactionism; Twenty Statements Test; Students, undergraduate
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