Emotionality, Activity, Sociability, and Impulsivity Scale

Resource Type: Instruments
Author(s): Buss, Arnold H.; Plomin, Robert;
Date Issued: 1975
Publisher(s): John Wiley & Sons
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Alernative Title: EASI
Source: In A temperament theory of personality development. New York: John Wiley & Sons
Topics: Research & Evaluation Methods > Measures
ISBN: 0-471-12649-7 : Unspecified
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