新パブロフ学派の高次神経活動の型とEysenckの向性次元(9)-日本語版STI標準化のための基礎資料-その2-

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新パブロフ学派の高次神経活動の型とEysenckの向性次元(9)-日本語版STI標準化のための基礎資料-その2-
Title Alternative
A Comparison of Neo-Pavlovian Properties of Higher Nervous Activity with Eysenck's Theory (9)
Author
氏名 岩内 一郎
ヨミ イワウチ イチロウ
別名 IWAUCHI Ichiro
Subject
Eysenck
新パブロフ学派
NDC
371.4
Abstract

Nervous system typology that grew from Pavlov's theory of classical conditioning and personality types are based on complexies of basic properties of the nervous system. Teplov and Nebylitsyn have revised Pavlov's theory of nervous system properties to include both primary and secondary properties. The two primary nervous system properties include
strength and mobility. Secondary properties of the nervous system include the balance of the excitatory and inhibitory processes.
Strelau largely owes the Moscow psychologist B.M. Teplov and V.D.Nebylitsyn his academic background. Strelau tried to integrate the theories of these psychologist with Western research under the title of“the Regulative Theory of Temperament". The main idea of the theory is that temperament,being a product of biological evolution,plays an important
role in regulating the interactions between humans and their environment. He has perticularly stressed two basic features comprising the energetic characteristic of behaviour,namely,reactivity and activity.
The Strelau Temperament Inventory includes three scales: Strength of Excitation,Strength of Inhibition,and Mobi1ity. There are 44 questions for each of the Excitation and Inhibition scales and 46 for Mobility,In all,there are 134 questions and these were translated into Japanese from the English version. Ont he basis of the data,mean scores,standard deviations and distributions of Japanese version of STI are reported.

Journal Title
広島女学院大学論集
Volume
35
Spage
209
Epage
219
Published Date
1985-12
Publisher
広島女学院大学
ISSN
03748057
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
出版社版
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hju