Location

Buller Hallway

Start Date

3-7-2014 2:30 PM

End Date

3-7-2014 4:00 PM

Description

Identifying which specific religious practices promote religious internalization is crucial in understanding the relationship between religious practice and well-being. The current study seeks to use an episodic memory recall technique along with surveys to examine whether the relationship between internalization of Sabbath-keeping and well-being is mediated by basic need satisfaction (autonomy, competence, and relatedness) and parental environment. The relationships between Sabbath-keeping narratives, well-being, Sabbath-keeping internalization, need satisfaction, and perception of parental environment among life-long Adventists are also examined. I will discuss internalization of religion using the Self-Determination Theory-based models of Sabbath keeping proposed by Diddams, Surdyk, & Daniels (2004).

Acknowledgments

J.N. Andrews Honors Scholar

Advisor: Karl Bailey, Behavioral Sciences

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Mar 7th, 2:30 PM Mar 7th, 4:00 PM

P-07 The Role of Sabbath Keeping Internalization, Need Satisfaction, and Parental Environment in Well-Being

Buller Hallway

Identifying which specific religious practices promote religious internalization is crucial in understanding the relationship between religious practice and well-being. The current study seeks to use an episodic memory recall technique along with surveys to examine whether the relationship between internalization of Sabbath-keeping and well-being is mediated by basic need satisfaction (autonomy, competence, and relatedness) and parental environment. The relationships between Sabbath-keeping narratives, well-being, Sabbath-keeping internalization, need satisfaction, and perception of parental environment among life-long Adventists are also examined. I will discuss internalization of religion using the Self-Determination Theory-based models of Sabbath keeping proposed by Diddams, Surdyk, & Daniels (2004).