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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54175
Doc. No:TL24129
Call number:‭3165814‬
Main Entry:Courtney Anne Rocheleau
Title & Author:Religion and the willingness to donate organs and tissues: The roles of religious affiliation and religious orientationCourtney Anne Rocheleau
College:University of Colorado at Boulder
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:81
Abstract:In this study, the separate and interactive influences of religious affiliation and religious orientation on participants' willingness to engage in organ and tissue donation were examined. These questions were addressed from the perspective of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Generally, Catholics reported the most pro-donation attitudes (outcome expectancies, religious attitudes, and positive anticipatory affect), norms, and PBC. Jewish individuals had less pro-donation attitudes, and Muslims reported the least pro-donation stances. The influence of religious affiliation on TPB constructs tended to be weaker among individuals with a strong Quest orientation to religion. Tests of the theoretical model support the use of a multidimensional characterization of attitudes in TPB research, and support the validity of the TPB for the prediction of intentions to engage in organ and tissue donation. Findings also suggest that future research should consider religious group differences in religious orientation and examine the moderating effects of religious orientation when considering effects of religion on behavior.
Subject:Philosophy, religion and theology; Health and environmental sciences; Psychology; Organ donation; Planned behavior; Religion; Tissue donation; Willingness to donate; Social psychology; Surgery; 0564:Surgery; 0318:Religion; 0451:Social psychology
Added Entry:A. Bryan
Added Entry:University of Colorado at Boulder