Emotional intensity: Some components and their relations to extra version and neuroticism

@inproceedings{McFatter1998EmotionalIS,
  title={Emotional intensity: Some components and their relations to extra version and neuroticism},
  author={Robert M. McFatter},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract Several models of the relation between affect intensity or emotional intensity and temperament were tested in a large sample (N = 1553) using the Emotional Intensity Scale (EIS) developed by Bachorowski & Braaten (1994) and the Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI). Analyses revealed the necessity of separating negative emotional intensity into an anger/frustration component and a non-anger (worry, guilt, sadness) component when examining how temperament variables like extraversion and… CONTINUE READING

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