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The experienceand expression of anger: Construction and validation of an anger expression scale.
The Anger Expression Scale for Children (AESC; Steele, Elliot, & Phipps, 2003) is a 21-item self-report measure with four subscales (i.
The experience and expression of anger: Construction and validation of an anger expression scale.
75) from the STAXI-2 anger expression scale (AX) in a sample of housewives; (2) to determine factor structure of the CUBAC, analyzing the whole of its 21 items, and (3) to calculate the correlation between the two scales and their factors.
Trait Anger and Anger Expression Scale (TAAES) The TAAES which was developed by Spielberger, Jacobs, Russell, and Craine (1983) was used to determine anger levels expressed by people.
Anger in the participants was assessed using the 20-item Spielberger Anger Expression scale, and plasma cholesterol and triglyceride levels were measured.
6 TABLE 3 Anger Expression Scale Means by Profile Type Profile Anger-In Anger-Out Anger-Control Undifferentiated 16.
Patterns of anger expression were measured by the 3 subscales of the Jacobs Pediatric Anger Expression Scale (G.
The Anger Expression scale has demonstrated high internal consistency, with alpha coefficients between .
The Anger Expression scale is subdivided into three styles of anger expression: Anger-in (8 items) measures how often angry feelings towards a partner are held in or suppressed; Anger-out (3 items) measures how frequently an individual expresses anger, particularly in the form of sarcastic remarks towards his or her partner; Anger Control (8 items) measures how often a partner attempts to control his or her expression of anger towards the partner.
The STAXI Anger Expression scale provides a general index of the frequency by which anger is expressed, and is based on responses to items in scales measuring anger control, anger-in, and anger-out.
The Anger Expression Scale (AX; Spielberger, 1988) was administered to explore preferred style of expressing anger.