Date of Award

2005

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Psychology

First Advisor

Dr. Loretta McGregor

Second Advisor

Dr. Trey Berry

Third Advisor

Dr. Bill Viser

Abstract

Students from a small liberal arts college completed the Beck Hopelessness Scale (81-JS) and the short form of the Religious Problem-Solving Scale. The Religious Problem-Solving Scale consists of three subscales: collaborative, self-directive and deferring. A Pearson Correlation was conducted between the BHS score and each subscale of the Religious Problem-Solving Scale. The Bl IS score and the self-directing score were positively correlated. However the correlation of the BHS score and the collaborative and deferring scales were non-significant.

 
 

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