The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research

Corulla WJ, Strelau J, Angleitner A, Ruch W (1993)
Personality and Individual Differences 14(2): 323-328.

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The 252-item Pavlovian Temperament Survey-Revised (PTS-R) was adapted for English speaking countries and then administered to 622 subjects (315 female and 307 male). Items for the final 160-item version were selected on the basis of the criteria outlined by Strelau et al. (I 990; European Journal of Personality, 4, 209-235). A 78-item short form was also developed. Both inventories are scored on a 4-point Likert scale.
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Corulla WJ, Strelau J, Angleitner A, Ruch W. The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research. Personality and Individual Differences. 1993;14(2):323-328.
Corulla, W. J., Strelau, J., Angleitner, A., & Ruch, W. (1993). The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research. Personality and Individual Differences, 14(2), 323-328.
Corulla, W. J., Strelau, J., Angleitner, A., and Ruch, W. (1993). The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research. Personality and Individual Differences 14, 323-328.
Corulla, W.J., et al., 1993. The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research. Personality and Individual Differences, 14(2), p 323-328.
W.J. Corulla, et al., “The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research”, Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 14, 1993, pp. 323-328.
Corulla, W.J., Strelau, J., Angleitner, A., Ruch, W.: The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research. Personality and Individual Differences. 14, 323-328 (1993).
Corulla, W. J., Strelau, Jan, Angleitner, Alois, and Ruch, Willibald. “The development of the revised Pavlovian temperament survey in England: continuing research”. Personality and Individual Differences 14.2 (1993): 323-328.
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