Index of Religiosity Urdu

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Index of Religiosity Urdu

Index of Religiosity (IR) was administered to measure the degree of religiosity of the subjects. It was developed by Shagufta Aziz and Ghazala Rehman at the National Institute of Psychology, Quaid -i-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan. The Urdu version of IR consists of 27 questions. It provides a valid measure of religiosity of the Muslim subjects on three dimensions, i.e., religious faith, religious doctrine, and religious effect. The reported split-half reliability of the test is 0.80 and KR-20 is 0.83 (Aziz, S. & and Rehman, G. 1996).

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Index of religiosity: the development of an indigenous measure.
Azis S; Rehman G, National Institute of Psychology, Centre of Excellence,
Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan.

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