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Engagement and Self-Control: Superordinate dimensions of Big Five traits
Measuring Impulsivity in School-Aged Boys and Examining Its Relationship with ADHD and ODD Ratings
- PsychologyJournal of abnormal child psychology
Factor analyses of impulsivity measures revealed the existence of a strong Inhibitory Control Factor including measures derived from Stop Task, the Continuous Performance Test, the Matching Familiar Figures Test, and the Circle Tracing Task.
Neurobiology of the structure of personality: Dopamine, facilitation of incentive motivation, and extraversion
- Psychology, BiologyBehavioral and Brain Sciences
The animal evidence suggests that there are three neurodevelopmental sources of individual differences in dopamine: genetic, "experiences-expectant," and "experience-dependent." Individual differences in serotonin promote variation in the heterosynaptic plasticity that enhances the connection between incentive context and incentive motivation and behavior.
On the validity of discriminating among impulsivity-like
- traits. Assessment,
Dimensions of impulsive behavior: Personality and behavioral measures
Co‐occurrence of ADHD and low IQ has genetic origins
- PsychologyAmerican journal of medical genetics. Part B, Neuropsychiatric genetics : the official publication of the International Society of Psychiatric Genetics
It is shown here that the co‐occurrence of ADHD and lower IQ has genetic origins: 86% of the association between ADHD symptom scores and IQ, and 100% of that between ADHD diagnosis andIQ, was accounted for by genetic influences that are shared by ADHD and IQ.
Externalizing behavior and the higher order factors of the Big Five.
- PsychologyJournal of abnormal psychology
A hierarchical personality model based on the Big Five and their two higher order factors, Stability and Plasticity was applied to predict a latent externalizing behavior variable in an adolescent male sample assessed through self- and teacher reports, characterized by low Stability, high Plasticity, and low cognitive ability.
Higher-order factors of the Big Five predict conformity: Are there neuroses of health?