Latent Class Analysis was used to explore different subgroups of individuals based on identity processes (using the DIDS) and protestant fundamentalism. Results indicate that a 6-group solution provided the best fit for our data. The six groups differed in terms of identity process variables (especially exploration in breath, exploration in depth, and identification with commitment), but only modestly in terms of fundamentalism.
Bartoszuk, Karin; and Deal, James E.. 2019. A Latent Class Analysis of the Relationship Between Identity Development and Protestant Fundamentalism. Poster Presentation. International Society for Research on Identity Conference, Naples, Italy. http://identityisri.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ISRI-2019-Program-Version-4.pdf