According to recent research, Latter-day Saint young people are achieving desirable social outcomes at a higher rate than their peers of other backgrounds. As reasons for those findings have been offered, only social aspects of the LDS faith and culture have been given any attention. This thesis will provide an alternate interpretation of the data and provide new data through the administration of the Religious Orientation Scale (ROS) and the Narcissistic Personality Inventory (NPI). Results from the LDS ROS/NPI Study indicate that LDS young adults continue to score overly intrinsic on the ROS and score significantly lower on the NPI than their peers.
College and Department
Religious Education; Church History and Doctrine
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Judd, Jacob D., "Latter-day Saint Young Adults, Narcissism, and Religiosity" (2012). All Theses and Dissertations. 3317.
Latter-day Saints, narcissism, religious orientation, young adults, youth