STAXIState-Trait Anger Expression Inventory
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STAXI. It is widely reported that AD patients have a higher risk of depressive symptoms and a reduced capacity to cope with stress or anger [41, 44].
The mean for all anger scales, on the STAXI, were less than the normative mean for adolescents reported by Spielberger (2010).
O STAXI e formado por 44 itens que compoem seis escalas (Estado, Traco, Raiva para Fora, Raiva para Dentro, Controle e Expressao) e duas sub-escalas da escala de traco (temperamento e reacao de raiva).
Exploratory factor analysis yielded a seven factor solution for Urdu STAXI. The factor structure was reasonably robust, whereas internal consistency and alternate form reliability were excellent.
As can be seen in table 1, the following group effects were significant: 1) the high distress group had higher scores than the low distress group on all 3 negative mood scales including the depression (CES-D), anxiety (STAI) and anger (STAXI) scales; 2) the high distress group had a lesser tendency to forgive than the low distress group based on their higher (less optimal) scores; 3) the high vs.
Inventario de Expressao de Raiva como Estado e Traco (STAXI; adaptacao e normatizacao brasileira: Biaggio, 1992/2003) Este instrumento avalia a agressividade atraves da mensuracao de experiencias e expressoes de raiva.
They also examined the association between PTSD and specific anger dimensions on the State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI) [17], including "anger-in," "anger-out," and "anger control." Anger-in involves the inhibition and nondisclosure of anger, as well as a ruminative focus on one's anger.
The meta-analysis suggested that MDT, family and individual (Apsche, Bass, & DiMeo, 2011) were effective in sexually aggressive and physically aggressive behaviors as well as reducing scores on the CBCL, Achenbach (1991), and STAXI II, Spielberger (1999).
State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI: Spielberger, 1996).
The State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI) was developed by Spielberger and his colleagues to measure the experience, expression and control of anger (Spielberger, Krasner & Solomon, 1988).
Evidence of concurrent validity is demonstrated with significant correlations between the STAXI-2 and the Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory, the Minnesota Multiphasic Inventory subscale Ho (Hostility), and the Minnesota Multiphasic Inventory subscale Hv (overt hostility) The STAXI has been used extensively in the evaluation of anger-management programs (Bundy, 2001; Herrmann, 1999; Herrmann & McWhirter, 2003; Tarazon, 2003).