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Improving paper-and-pencil measures of God representations

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Traditional measures of God representations do not clearly distinguish between professed aspects (i.e., doctrinally correct, ‘head’ knowledge) and experiential aspects (i.e., affective, ‘heart knowledge) of a person’s God representation. This paper explores differences between these two aspects of a person’s God representation, ways to improve paper-and-pencil measurement of these aspects, and the implications of such differences in relation to attachment to God, traditional measures of religiosity and religious practices, and other methods of assessing individuals’ God representations.

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