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5.      5.      Religiosity

.35***

-.60***

-.11

.59***

1

6.      6.      Neuroticism

.08

-.02

-.13

.13

.12

1

7.      7.      Extraversion

.03

-.10

.11

.08

.17*

-.40***

1

8.      8.      Openness

-.20**

-.11

.28***

.14

.12

.03

.05

1

9.      9.      Agreeableness

-.22***

-.18**

.17*

.13

.10

-.10

.30***

.10

1

10.  10.  Conscientiousness

.13

-.17*

.05

.23***

.22***

-.19**

.25***

-.07

.23***

1

Note. Se. Naivité is short for Second Naivité, Ext. Critique for External Critique, Inclusion for inclusion versus exclusion, Literal for literal versus symbolic, and Openness for Openness to Experience.

* p < .01. ** p < .001. *** p < .0001.

Table 3

Means of the Scales of the Post-Critical Belief Scale, and NEO-FFI Scales

Factors

Orthodoxy

External Critique

Relativism

Second Naivité

F(3,330)

Neuroticism

35.75

33.89

32.65

35.14

2.41

Extraversion

43.51

42.72

44.52

43.07

1.26

Openness to Experience

35.75c

36.90bc

39.67a

39.02ab

8.70****

Conscientiousness

41.95a

38.79b

41.26a

41.50a

5.13*

Agreeableness

42.36ab

42.31b

44.56a

44.08ab

4.11*

Note. Mean in the same row that do not share the same subscript differ at a certain p-level in the Tukey honestly significant difference comparison.

***p  < .001. *p < .01

A ‘following-up’ study is done at Manchester Metropolitan University by Chris Huntley, and Prof. Dr. Neil Dagnall (2004-2005). For more information, please contact the author.

[1][1] In other analyses we could already confirm this suggestion.

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