Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory. is a kind of: Citalopram improves metabolic risk factors among high hostile adults: results of a placebo-controlled intervention . The Buss‐Durkee Hostility Inventory is a widely employed multidimensional measure of aggression. Two studies, each involving the administration of both. 12 Jun Title: Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory (BDHI). Compendia: RSMH. Page: *. Type: Test. Subject(s): Impulsivity/Aggression Rating. Details.
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Correlations of the Ho and STAXI with health measures produced modest but statistically significant correlations for measures of symptom and illness experience and generally low and non-significant correlations for heart rate and blood pressure.
Generate hostliity file for use with external citation management software. A total of Singaporean Chinese, Malay and Indian respondents completed one or more of these measures together with measures of symptom and illness experience. In addition, blood pressure and heart rate measures were taken for respondents.
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Recommended articles Citing articles 0. They experience frequent negative affect, including unexpressed anger. Expressive hostility predicts direct and positive engagement busw the environment and others, but also a readiness to express anger in response to conflict.
The results suggest that neurotically hostile individuals view others as distrustful, the world as threatening, and themselves as unable to cope. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.
Profiles of participants classified into neurotic and expressive hostility groups were also produced using T scores based on normative samples.
The lack of association between neurotic hostility and objective health problems may be due, in part, to an absence of exaggerated behavioral and physiological responses to stressors, whereas the positive association between expressive hostility and heart disease may result partly from frequent and intense behavioral engagement and accompanying physiological arousal.
Abstract Neurotic and expressive hostility from the perspective of the five-factor model of personality.
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Correlations were computed between the hostility measures and all personality domains and facets. Neurotic and expressive hostility from the perspective of the five-factor model of personality.