Belief In Astrology Inventory
Do you live by the light of the sun, moon and stars? Take this test to measure the depth of your cosmic beliefs.
By Jourdan Travers, LCSW | January 04, 2024
Astrology, a centuries-old practice rooted in the study of celestial bodies' positions and their purported influence on human affairs, has persisted across cultures and time periods. From ancient civilizations to modern societies, individuals have sought guidance, meaning and self-reflection through the lens of astrological beliefs. Today, astrology manifests in various forms, from daily horoscopes to intricate birth charts, captivating a diverse audience intrigued by the cosmic connection to personal destinies.
Understanding the prevalence and nuances of astrological beliefs is essential in contemporary contexts. As these beliefs can shape individual perspectives, influence decision-making and contribute to cultural narratives, there is a growing need to identify and measure the extent of astrological convictions.
Whether in academic research, market analysis or counseling settings, recognizing the depth of astrological beliefs provides valuable insights into human behavior, preferences and coping mechanisms.
The Belief in Astrology Inventory emerges as a pivotal tool in this endeavor, offering a systematic approach to quantify and assess individuals' levels of astrological conviction. This inventory, designed with careful consideration of relevant research, provides a thorough framework to measure the spectrum of beliefs associated with astrology.
By delving into the core elements of astrological faith, the inventory aids researchers, psychologists and professionals in gaining a comprehensive understanding of how these beliefs impact individuals' thoughts, actions and overall worldview.
You can take this test here. Please follow all of the steps to receive your results.
Step 1: Rate the following statements based on how much you agree with them on a scale of strongly disagree to strongly agree.
References: Lorenzo-Seva, U. & Chico, E. (2006) Belief in Astrology Inventory: Development and validation. Psychological Reports, 2006(99). 851-863. doi:10.2466/PR0.99.3.851-863