ABSTRACTThis study observed the role of identity styles, identity commitment, and identity statuses in predicting religiosity in a sample of undergraduate students attending a Seventh-day Adventist university (N = 138). Two structural models were evaluated via path analysis. Results revealed two strong models for the prediction of religiosity. Identity styles explained 24% of the variance in religiosity, with the relationship mediated by identity commitment. Religious identity status explained 56% of the variance in religiosity, with the relationship not mediated by identity commitment. Implications of these interactions for understanding religious identity development are discussed.
Journal of Research on Christian Education
Graduate Psychology and Counseling
Grajales, Tevni and Sommers, Brittany, "Identity Styles and Religiosity: Examining the Role of Identity Commitment" (2016). Faculty Publications. 102.