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Title: 衝動性とセルフ・コントロールとの関連性の検討
Other Titles: A Study of Relationship between Impulsivity and Self-control
Authors: 小橋, 眞理子
井田, 政則
KOBASHI, Mariko
IDA, Masanori
Keywords: impulsivity
self-control
BIS-11
RRS
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2014
Publisher: 立正大学心理学部
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine whether there were two-dimensional relevance between impulsivity and selfcontrol. At first, divided the respondents (male: 132, female: 207) into four groups based on the height-low point of the impulsive score( total score of Revise the Japanese Version BIS-11) and the self-control score( Reformative Self-Control :Redressive-Reformative Self-Control Scale). It followed that they were the impulsive high-self-control high group( Group 1: 60), the impulsive high-self-control low group( Group 2: 97), the impulsive low-self-control high group( Group 3: 125), the impulsive low-self-control low group( Group 4: 57). Therefore, it found two-dimensional relevance between the impulsive and the self-control. Then, we performed an analysis of variance in each group using the Japanese Version Dickman Impulsivity Inventory and the Japanese Version BIS/BAS Scale. There were differences among the four groups on the following subscale; the Functional impulsivity, the Dysfunctional impulsivity, the Drive, the Fun Seeking. As a result of the multiple comparisons, Group 1 showed high score in all the variables. Group 2 showed low score in the Functional impulsivity and the Drive and besides high score in the Dysfunctional impulsivity and the Fun Seeking. Group 3 showed high score in the Functional impulsivity and the Drive and besides low score in the Dysfunctional impulsivity and the Fun Seeking. Finally, Group 4 showed low score in all the variables.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11266/5305
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