BPAQBuss-Perry Aggression Questionnaire
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Analyses of the psychometric scores (SRP-III, BPAQ, BIS-11, and IPAS) did not reveal any notable associations or trends with overall aggressive response rates or IRT distributions.
As expected, both aggressive groups scored significantly higher than controls on measures of aggression such as the BPAQ and LHAQ, indicating that the screening procedures successfully formed the appropriate groups.
Descriptive statistics indicated that the variables of age, height, weight, exercise per week, and BPAQ score had no significant difference (p = 0.
Compared to controls, the fight+ group scored significantly higher on each of the BPAQ scales.