A temperamentum alapdimenziójának egyik mé roeszkozével, a büntetés-és jutalomérzé kenység kérdoívvel (SPSRQ) szerzett hazai tapasztalatok

Translated title of the contribution: A temperament dependent dimension: psychometric properties of the sensitivity to punishment and sensitivity to reward questionnaire (SPSRQ) on Hungarian sample

Kállai János, S. Rózsa, Kerekes Zsuzsanna, Hargitai Rita, Osváth Anikó

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Aim: The negative and positive affectivity is one of the most important temperament factors of personality, some of them can be assessed by questionnaires. Gradually growing of exact measurement of the compositions of temperament is stimulated by the demand of a deeper looking into of etiology of depression, anxiety and psychosomatic diseases. Methods: The present study was designed to demonstrate the first data from the adaptation of Sensitivity to Punishment and Sensitivity to Reward Questionnaire (SPSRQ) on a Hungarian sample. The SPSRQ was constructed by Torrubia et al. (2001) and originated from Gray's Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory to measure the temperament components of anxiety and impulsivity. Subjects: 363 students were recruited from a university sample. Results: The SPSRQ was validated by Temperament and Character Inventory Revised (TCI-R), Anxiety Sensitivity Profile (ASP), Albany Panic and Phobia Questionnaire, Spielberger State-Trait Anxiety Questionnaire (STAI), and Fear Survey Schedule (FSS) self-rated questionnaires. The results obtained in this study clearly indicate that the validity of SPSRQ is supported by anxiousness, anxiety, fear and temperament factor scores but the factor analyses points to some open question of the cultural stability of sensitivity to reward (SR) and sensitivity to punishment (SP) factors and the measurement of sensitivity to reinforcement theory. Discussion: The results obtaining on the Hungarian sample are controversial so need of further well controlled research to revise the factor structure of SPSRQ before clinical utilization.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)153-172
Number of pages20
JournalMentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika
Volume10
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009

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A temperamentum alapdimenziójának egyik mé roeszkozével, a büntetés-és jutalomérzé kenység kérdoívvel (SPSRQ) szerzett hazai tapasztalatok. / János, Kállai; Rózsa, S.; Zsuzsanna, Kerekes; Rita, Hargitai; Anikó, Osváth.

In: Mentalhigiene es Pszichoszomatika, Vol. 10, No. 2, 06.2009, p. 153-172.

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