The Remarriage Belief Inventory (RMBI) was designed to further elicit knowledge about the increased divorce risk for remarriages and to aid educators in program work with couples preparing for or living in stepfamilies. Utilizing a sample of 546 young adults, this article addresses the discriminant validity of the RMBI's five factors. The RMBI is an empirically validated questionnaire that can be used to assess an individuals' level of endorsement of five beliefs about remarriages and stepfamilies. For educators, the questionnaire is offered for application in prevention and intervention programs to raise awareness of beliefs among members of stepfamilies.
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Higginbotham, B. J., & Adler-Baeder, F. (2005). Development of the Remarriage Belief Inventory for Researchers and Educators. The Journal of Extension, 43(3), Article 20. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss3/20