Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses

Angleitner A, Strelau J (1994)
In: Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik. Bartussek D (Ed);Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe: 219-228.

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This study explores some hypotheses developed by Cattell (1972) about the relationships between his objective test factors (U.I.16, U.I.17, U.I.21, U.I.22, U.I.23) and Pavlovian concepts (especially strength of the nervous system as expressed in strength of excitation). A total of 58 subjects were tested individually. Objective test factors were measured with seven tests from the German Objective-Analytic Test Battery (Haecker, Schmidt, Schwenkmezger, & Utz, 1975) and two temperament inventories: (1) the Pavlovian Temperament Survey (PTS; Strelau, Angleitner, Bantelmann, & Ruch, 1990a) and (2) the Formal Characteristics of Behavior-Temperament Survey (FCB-TI; Strelau & Zawadzki, in press).The results supported some of Cattell's hypotheses, and indicated the correctness of his intuitions.
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Angleitner A, Strelau J. Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses. In: Bartussek D, ed. Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik. Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe; 1994: 219-228.
Angleitner, A., & Strelau, J. (1994). Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses. In D. Bartussek (Ed.), Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik (pp. 219-228). Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe.
Angleitner, A., and Strelau, J. (1994). “Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses” in Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik, ed. D. Bartussek (Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe), 219-228.
Angleitner, A., & Strelau, J., 1994. Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses. In D. Bartussek, ed. Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik. Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe, pp. 219-228.
A. Angleitner and J. Strelau, “Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses”, Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik, D. Bartussek, ed., Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe, 1994, pp.219-228.
Angleitner, A., Strelau, J.: Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses. In: Bartussek, D. (ed.) Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik. p. 219-228. Hogrefe, Göttingen [u.a.] (1994).
Angleitner, Alois, and Strelau, Jan. “Psychometric measures of Pavlovian Temperament traits and objective personality tests: a comeback for Cattell's hypotheses”. Fortschritte der differentiellen Psychologie und psychologischen Diagnostik: Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Professor Dr. Kurt Pawlik. Ed. Dieter Bartussek. Göttingen [u.a.]: Hogrefe, 1994. 219-228.
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