Complexity preference in substance abusers and controls: relationships to diagnosis and personality variables.

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To assess the relationship between complexity preference as measured by the Barron-Welsh Revised Art Scale and models of arousal and personality, 36 male substance abusers and 24 community controls were given this tool as well as a battery of personality tests. Some support was found for the notion that emotionality, as measured by the Test of Emotional… (More)

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@article{King1991ComplexityPI, title={Complexity preference in substance abusers and controls: relationships to diagnosis and personality variables.}, author={R. King and David Curtis and G{\"u}nther Knoblich}, journal={Perceptual and motor skills}, year={1991}, volume={72 1}, pages={35-9} }