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by Marvin Zuckerman
Author: Marvin Zuckerman
Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum; 1 edition (1979)
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Zuckerman, Marvin (2007). Sensation seeking: beyond the optimal level of arousal. L. Erlbaum Associates. ISBN 978-0-470-26851-3.
The scale predicts how well people tolerate sensory deprivation sessions. Sensation seeking increases with age from childhood to adolescence. Zuckerman, Marvin (2007). The sensation seeking scale V (SSS-V): Still reliable and valid". Personality and Individual Differences.
Preface 1. Introduction 2. Theoretical Background 3. Sensory Deprivation: A Testing Ground for Optimal Level Theory 4. Development of the Sensational Seeking Scales: A Historical Overview 5. Demographic Differences 6. The Relationships Between the SSS and Other Trait Measures 7. Risk-Taking Activities 8. Sensation, Perception and Cognition 9. Vocations, Vocational Interests, Values and Attitudes 10. Experience: Sex, Drugs, Alcohol, Smoking and Eating 11. Psychopathology 12. Biological Correlates of Sensation Seeking 13. A New Theory of Sensation Seeking.
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Author: Zuckerman, Marvin; Format: Book; xiv, 449 p. : ill.
Sensation seeking : beyond the optimal level of arousal. New York : L. Erlbaum Associates ; distributed by the Halsted Press Division of Wiley. Sensation seeking : beyond the optimal level of arousal, Marvin Zuckerman L. Erlbaum Associates ; distributed by the Halsted Press Division of Wiley Hillsdale, . Australian/Harvard Citation.
Marvin Zuckerman is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Delaware. Bibliographic information.
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Sensation Seeking book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Marvin Zuckerman.
Marvin Zuckerman (born March 21, 1928 in Chicago) is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of Delaware. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Zuckerman, M. (1994). His work was inspired by eminent psychologists, especially Hans Eysenck and Arnold Buss YouTube Encyclopedic.