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An approach to environmental psychology
Environmental psychology, though a fast-growing field, is one of the most difficult to fit into the confines of scientific inquiry. Measuring such subjective data as reactions to color, heat, light,Expand
A measure of emotional empathy.
Pleasure-arousal-dominance: A general framework for describing and measuring individual differences in Temperament
Evidence bearing on the Pleasure-Arousal-Dominance (PAD) Emotional State Model was reviewed and showed that its three nearly orthogonal dimensions provided a sufficiently comprehensive description ofExpand
Evidence for a three-factor theory of emotions
Abstract Two studies provided evidence that three independent and bipolar dimensions, pleasure-displeasure, degree of arousal, and dominance-submissiveness, are both necessary and sufficient toExpand
Effects of color on emotions.
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Saturation (S) and brightness (B) evidenced strong and consistent effects on emotions, and blue, blue-green, green, red-purple, purple, and purple-blue were the most pleasant hues, whereas yellow and green-yellow were the least pleasant. Expand
Some referents and measures of nonverbal behavior
This paper summarizes some of the measures of nonverbal behavior that have been found to be significant indicators of a communicator’s attitude toward, status relative to, and responsiveness to hisExpand
Relations among personality scales of aggression, violence, and empathy: Validational evidence bearing on the risk of eruptive violence scale
This study was designed to explore relations of emotional empathy (two scales) with aggression and violence (three scales). An initial study investigated validity of one of the violence scales, theExpand
Analysis of the Big‐five Personality Factors in Terms of the PAD Temperament Model
Abstract The big-five personality factors were investigated using the trait pleasure-arousability-dominance (PAD) temperament model to assess overlap, and, specifically, similarities and differences,Expand
A Questionnaire Measure of Habitual Alcohol Use
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Factor analysis of the measure for 593 college students indicates that the highest loading items on the single factor extracted are those relating to drinking rate, and the weekly amount of wine consumed has the lowest factor loading. Expand
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