Commitment‚ Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness

Commitment‚ Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness
David R. Williams (1994)
 
1. I try hard to carry my religious beliefs over into all my other dealings in life.
1 - Strongly agree‚ 2 – Agree‚ 3 – Disagree‚ 4 - Strongly disagree
2. During the last year about how much was the average monthly contribution of your household to your congregation or to religious causes?
$________________ Contribution per year OR $________________ Contribution per month
3. In an average week‚ how many hours do you spend in activities on behalf of your congregation or activities that you do for religious or spiritual reasons?
Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness/Spirituality for Use in Health Research: A Report of the Fetzer Institute/National Institute on Aging Working Group
 
This instrument can be found on pages 71-74 of Multidimensional Measurement of Religiousness/Spirituality for Use in Health Research: A Report of the Fetzer Institute/National Institute on Aging Working Group‚ available online at http://fetzer.org/resources/multidimensional-measurement-religiousnessspirituality-use-health-research
 

Williams D. (1994). The measurement of religion in epidemiological studies: problems andprospects. In: Levin J‚ ed. Religion inAging and Health: TheoreticalFoundations and Methodological Frontiers.Thousand Oaks‚ Calif: Sage Press;125-148.