A Russian Adaptation of the Multidimensional Inventory for Religious/Spiritual Well-Being

Psychometric Properties for Young Adults and Associations with Personality and Psychiatric Symptoms

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It is intended in this study to present initial reliability and validity data for the Russian adaptation of the Multidimensional Inventory of Religious/Spiritual Well-being (MI-RSWB-R), as being related to personality factors and psychopathology. Therefore, the first version of the MI-RSWB-R was applied to a sample of 192 (147 females) non-clinical subjects, together with the NEO Five Factor Inventory and the Symptom-Check-List (SCL-90-R). The original six-factor structure of the scale could be replicated for the MI-RSWB-R, which also provides satisfying psychometric properties. In accordance with previous research the RSWB total score was linked to more favorable personality traits such as Extraversion (r = .45), Openness to Experience (r = .39), and Agreeableness (r = .38), which was paralleled by substantial negative correlations with increased psychopathology. Our findings support the reliability and structural validity of the MI-RSWB-R as a standardized instrument for addressing the spiritual dimension in Russian populations. Further research in clinical surroundings is now recommended.

A Russian Adaptation of the Multidimensional Inventory for Religious/Spiritual Well-Being

Psychometric Properties for Young Adults and Associations with Personality and Psychiatric Symptoms

in Archive for the Psychology of Religion

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