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2.1 .   McKenzie’s Levels of Worldview Meaning List of Tables .........................................      30

2.2 .   McKenzie’s Characteristics of a Worldview .............................................................   31

4.1 .   Levels of Cognition (Kuhn and Kitchener) .............................................................   108

4.2 .   Perry’s Epistemic Development Positions ..............................................................   110

4.3 .   Parallel Developmental Theories ..........................................................................   114

4.4 .   Parallel Categorization of Epistemological “Style” ....................................................   121

4.5 .   Dimensions of Epistemological Belief .....................................................................   124

4.6 .   Personal Epistemology Research Summary – Students .............................................   128

4.7 .   Personal Epistemology Research Summary – Teachers .............................................   141

4.8 .   Personal Epistemology & Religious Worldview Research Summary ................................   151

5.1 .   Self-Determination Research Summary ..................................................................   200

5.2 .   Subjective Well-Being Research Summary ..............................................................   232

7.1 .   Instruments and Sub-Categories   ........................................................................   269

7.2 .   Data Collection Statistics (Evangelical)   ...............................................................   272

7.3 .   Data Collection Statistics (E-mail Campaign)   ........................................................   273

7.4 .   Data Collection Statistics (Gender and Median Age)   ..............................................   274

7.5 .   Data Collection Statistics (Major Field of Study)   ...................................................   275

7.6 .   DataCollection Statistics (Claimed Religious Affiliation)   ...........................................   276

7.7 .   Religious Affiliation by RWV Category – Combined Sample .........................................   276

7.8 .   t tests:    Sample source   ................................................................................   278

7.9 .   t tests:    Gender differences – Evangelical Sample   ..............................................   280

7.10 .   t tests:    Gender differences – Combined Sample   ..............................................   281

7.11 .   t tests:    Year-in-School differences – Evangelical Sample   ..................................   283

7.12 .   t tests:    Year-in-School differences – Combined Sample   ....................................   284

7.13 .   t tests:    Age differences – Evangelical Sample   .................................................   286

7.14 .   t tests:    Age differences – Combined Sample   ...................................................   287

7.15 .   t tests:    Differences between Graduate Majors – Evangelical Sample   ...................   288

7.16 .   RWV Categories   ...........................................................................................   289

7.17 .   Significant t tests:    Evangelical Sample (2 – RWVS Categories)
               (Subjective Vitality, Satisfaction with Life) ......................................................   291

7.18 .   Anova ( One Way):    Analysis of Variance for Religious Worldview Categories and
                Subjective Vitality and Satisfaction with Life – E-mail Sample .............................   292

7.19 .   Mean scores:   RWV – E-mail Sample - Categories and Vitality, Satisfaction w/ Life .....   293

7.20 .   Significant t tests:    Evangelical Sample (2 – RWVS Categories) (Epistemic Beliefs
                 Inventory)        ..............................................................................
.........   294

7.21 .   Anova ( One Way):    Analysis of Variance for Religious Worldview Categories and
                 Epistemic Belief Inventory (EBI) ...................................................................   296

7.22 .   Mean scores:   E-mail Sample - RWV Categories and EBI   ......................................   296

7.23 .   Significant t tests:    Evangelical Sample (2 – RWVS Categories) AMS Subcategories.....   298

7.24 .   Anova (One Way):    Analysis of Variance for Religious Worldview Categories and
                  Academic Motivation Scale (AMS) – E-mail Sample
.........................................   299

7.25 .   AMS Mean scores:   RWV Categories and AMS. – E-mail Sample   .............................   300

7.26 .   Correlations (Evangelical Sample)   .....................................................................   304

7.27 .   Correlations (Combined Sample)   .......................................................................   306

7.28 .   t tests:    Question 104 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   312

7.29 .   t tests:    Question 106 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   313

7.30 .   t tests:    Question 106 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   313

7.31 .   t tests:    Question 108 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   314

7.32 .   t tests:    Question 108 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   314

7.33 .   t tests:    Question 111 – Evangelical Sample .......................................................   315

7.34 .   t tests:    Question 111 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   316

7.35 .   t tests:    Question 112 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   317

7.36 .   t tests:    Question 112 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   318

7.37 .   t tests:    Question 114 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   319

7.38 .   t tests:    Question 114 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   319

7.39 .   t tests:    Question 115 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   320

7.40 .   t tests:    Question 115 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   321

7.41 .   t tests:    Question 116 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   322

7.42 .   t tests:    Question 116 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   323

7.43 .   t tests:    Question 117 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   325

7.44 .   t tests:    Question 117 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   325

7.45 .   t tests:    Question 118 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   326

7.46 .   t tests:    Question 118 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   327

7.47 .   t tests:    Question 119 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   328

7.48 .   t tests:    Question 120 – Evangelical Sample   .....................................................   329

7.49 .   t tests:    Question 120 – Combined Sample   .......................................................   330

8.1 .   Possible 3-Level Model of Cognitive Processing   .....................................................   341

 

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