Mystical Experience has Stronger Relationships with Spiritual Intelligence than Schizotypal Personality Traits and Psychotic Symptoms



Self-reported data from 299 Latvian females (100%) ranging in age 18 to 69, with an average age of 40.17 (SD = 10.93). Two percent of participants had acquired a doctoral degree, 42.05% reported that they had acquired a master’s degree, 33.4% had acquired a bachelor’s degree, 21.4% had a high school diploma and 5.7% had not yet graduated high school. Data were collected with three self-report questionnaires: the Mysticism Scale (MScale), Spiritual Intelligence Survey, Latvian Clinical Personality Inventory (LCPI).
Date made available28 May 2021
PublisherRīga Stradiņš University
Date of data production23 Dec 2019 - 13 Jan 2020

Field of Science

  • 5.1 Psychology


  • mystical experience
  • spiritual intelligence
  • psychotic symptoms
  • schizotypal personality traits
  • schizotypy

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