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Belief in the paranormal was assessed by the Revised Paranormal Belief Scale (R-PBS; Lange et al.
A cursory examination of Tobacyk's (2004) Revised Paranormal Belief Scale or Gallagher et al.
Clinical relevance of the two-factor Rasch version of the Revised Paranormal Belief Scale.
One of the instruments most frequently used to measure the degree of belief in paranormal phenomena is the Belief in Paranormal Scale by Tobacyk & Milford (1983) and the new version the Revised Paranormal Belief Scale (RPBS) (Tobacyk, 1988).
This was Tobacyk's Revised Paranormal Belief Scale (Tobacyk, 1988), a 26-item questionnaire containing items measuring a variety of paranormal beliefs.
Belief was measured using the Revised Paranormal Belief Scale (PBS; Tobacyk, 1988), and scores were correlated with the number of false memories for each participant.
2000a), who studied men and women's paranormal beliefs as assessed by an unbiased Rasch version of Tobacyk's (1988) Revised Paranormal Belief Scale.
ABSTRACT: Using a published correlation matrix (Lawrence & DeCicco, 1997), I re-evaluate the number of dimensions of paranormal belief supported by the revised Paranormal Belief Scale (PBS; Tobacyk, 1988).