STAXIState-Trait Anger Expression Inventory
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The mean for all anger scales, on the STAXI, were less than the normative mean for adolescents reported by Spielberger (2010).
Abbreviations: AX = Anger Expression Index, CTS2 = Revised Conflict Tactics Scale, DOD = Department of Defense, PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, STAXI = StateTrait Anger Expression Inventory, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
The STAXI II was developed with two goals in mind (Spielberger, 1999).
In the original STAXI scale, the content of all but 1 of the 8 AX/ Con items was related to controlling anger-out (e.
1970) and the STAXI subscale (Spielberger, 1988) in a randomly counterbalanced order.
Posteriormente, tres objetivos orientaron la revision y la ampliacion del STAXI: a) desarrollar subescalas para medir tres componentes del estado de ira que se habian identificado despues de la publicacion del STAXI de 44 reactivos, b) revisar la escala de control de ira del STAXI original para evaluar el control de ira externa y c) construir una nueva escala de ocho reactivos para medir el control de la ira reprimida que reducia su intensidad.
The client was able to manage his anger in the pre (36) and post (28) therapeutic intervention scores of the STAXI as shown in Figure 1.
No gender differences appeared on any of the STAXI scales dealing with the specific control of anger and aggression.
Participants completed the STAXI (Spielberger, 1988), the Multidimensional Anger Inventory (MAI, Seigel, 1986) and the Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire (LAQ: Hettler, 1981).
The validity of the STAXI has been established using a sample of adolescents and adults (age ranges: 12-18, 19-25, and 26 and above); it demonstrated good psychometric properties (see Spielberger, 1988).
The present researchers translated the original 44 items from the STAXI into French.