The International Survey of Personal Values, Strengths, Well-being, Work satisfaction, Spirituality and Religiosity is a collaborative project between Conrad Zygmont in South Africa, Rabindra Kumar Pradhan, at the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, and Cesar Merino Soto, at San Martin de Porres University in Peru.
The aim of the project is to investigate the role spirituality/religiosity plays in shaping personal values, personal strengths, and ultimately impacting on life and work satisfaction.
The study makes use of an online survey to collect self-report responses from participants regarding these variables in their lives, and takes between 15-30 minutes to complete.
Ultimately our aim is to validate a model of the relationships between these variables across three countries and religious orientations.
Seeing as a large sample size is necessary to perform the appropriate analyses we are appealing for participants to volunteer to take part in this survey.
About Conrad Zygmont
He currently holds a position as Programme Co-Ordinator for psychology at Helderberg College and a research associate position with the Department of Psychology at Stellenbosch University.
With a PhD in 2014 in the area of Wilderness therapy and have a passion for positive youth development, particularly in using the context of wilderness spaces and nature to help young people grow and develop. His teaching focus is in research methodology, applied statistical methods, psychometry, community psychology, and cognitive psychology. I am happily married and the father of two adorable girls.