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Jackson-5 scales of revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (r-RST) and their application to dysfunctional real world outcomes
- C. Jackson
- 1 August 2009
Revised Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (r-RST) is a neurobiological theory of personality which has many differences compared to the original version. This highlights the need for measurement… Expand
The New Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory: Implications for Personality Measurement
- L. Smillie, A. Pickering, C. Jackson
- Psychology, Medicine
- Personality and social psychology review : an…
- 1 November 2006
In this article, we review recent modifications to Jeffrey Gray's (1973, 1991) reinforcement sensitivity theory (RST), and attempt to draw implications for psychometric measurement of personality… Expand
Designing and Analysing Questionnaires and Surveys: A Manual for Health Professionals and Administrators
Part 1 Background principles: the basic rationale determining objectives and hypotheses under what circumstances should the survey be undertaken? researching the problem. Part 2 The general survey… Expand
High-intensity, zero water-exchange production of juvenile tiger shrimp, Penaeus monodon: An evaluation of artificial substrates and stocking density
Abstract Tiger shrimp Penaeus monodon were intensively grown from PL 15 for 49 d in tank systems at stocking densities of 2500 and 5000 shrimp m − 3 , with and without the addition of artificial… Expand
Self-compassion protects against the negative effects of low self-esteem : a longitudinal study in a large adolescent sample
- S. Marshall, P. D. Parker, J. Ciarrochi, Baljinder K Sahdra, C. Jackson, P. Heaven
- 1 February 2015
Low self-esteem is usually linked to negative outcomes such as poor mental health, but is this always the case? Based on a contextual behavioural model, we reasoned that self-compassion would weaken… Expand
Binding of human endothelium to Ulex europaeus I-coated Dynabeads: application to the isolation of microvascular endothelium.
A major problem encountered when isolating human microvascular endothelium is the presence of contaminating cells such as fibroblasts that rapidly over-grow the endothelial cells. We describe here a… Expand
Human microvascular endothelial cells differ from macrovascular endothelial cells in their expression of matrix metalloproteinases.
- C. Jackson, M. Nguyen
- Biology, Medicine
- The international journal of biochemistry & cell…
- 1 October 1997
Matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) secretion by microvascular endothelial cells is an essential first step in the formation of new blood vessels (angiogenesis). Since angiogenesis does not occur in large… Expand
Conceptual distinctions among Carver and White’s (1994) BAS scales: A reward-reactivity versus trait impulsivity perspective
Abstract The ‘BIS/BAS scales’ (Carver & White, 1994) is the most widely cited inventory for assessing Gray’s (1982,1991) Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (RST) of personality. A peculiarity of this… Expand
Functional impulsivity and reinforcement sensitivity theory.
In this article, we attempt to integrate Dickman's (1990) descriptive concept of Functional Impulsivity (FI) with Gray's (1970, 1991) Reinforcement Sensitivity Theory (RST). Specifically, we consider… Expand
Do personality factors predict job satisfaction
Two studies investigated the relationships between personality traits and aspects of job satisfaction. In Study 1, job applicants (n=250) completed the EysenckPersonality Profiler and the WorkValues… Expand