Enright Forgiveness Inventory

The measurement tool of choice in forgiveness research

Robert D. Enright and Julio Rique

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The Enright Forgiveness Inventory (EFI) was the instrument used in forgiveness research for the groundbreaking forgiveness research center at the University of Wisconsin. The EFI is an objective measure of the degree to which a person forgives another person, group or entity that has hurt him or her deeply and unfairly. It has sixty items and three subscales of twenty items each that assess the domains of affect, behavior, and cognition toward the offending other.

The Enright Forgiveness Inventory Manual begins with a description of the concept of forgiveness and the process model of forgiving upon which the Enright Forgiveness Inventory is based. The manual also provides administration and scoring instructions, the establishment of validity and internal consistency, national and international norm tables, and a bibliography of forgiveness research articles.

If you are planning a research project on forgiveness, the EFI is the ideal measurement tool.

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The Forgiveness Report - "Let it Go"

The Forgiveness Report: "Let It Go" is a confidential assessment based on the modern day concept of forgiveness or "Letting It Go." It allows you to go through the process of expressing your feelings, understanding your emotions and changing your thinking about having been wronged by a person, group or entity. The process of taking the survey and reading the report can create positive, substantive and fundamental change in how you think and feel.

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The Forgiveness Report - Multi-Incident

The Forgiveness Report - Multi-Incident is a confidential forgiveness assessment based on many incidents of being wronged. The report is designed to help you develop your forgiveness skills by recording and reviewing - through the forgiveness process -- your forgiveness for people, groups or entities that have hurt you.

This report differs from the "Let It Go" report in that the process is more complicated and allows you to describe many incidents rather than just one. The report format is more complex and ties closely to a book called "The Forgiving Life: A Pathway to Overcoming Resentment and Creating a Legacy of Love" by Robert D. Enright, published by the American Psychological Association, 2012. Another text by Dr. Enright: "Forgiveness is a Choice."

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About the Enright Forgiveness Inventory

Consistent with the definition of interpersonal forgiveness, the Enright Forgiveness Inventory (EFI) is an objective measure of the degree to which a person forgives another person, group or entity that has hurt him or her deeply and unfairly. The EFI has sixty items and three subscales of twenty items each that assess the domains of Affect, Behavior and Cognition.

 

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