Reliability reporting across studies using the Buss Durkee Hostility Inventory. Empirical research on anger and hostility has pervaded the academic literature for more than 50 years. For consistent measurement, reliability estimates must be calculated with each administration, because changes in sample characteristics may alter the scale's ability to generate reliable scores. Therefore, the present study was designed to address reliability reporting practices for a widely used anger assessment, the Buss Durkee Hostility Inventory BDHI.
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Neurotic and expressive hostility from the perspective of the five-factor model of personality. Correlations were computed between the hostility measures and all personality domains and facets. Profiles of participants classified into neurotic and expressive hostility groups were also produced using T scores based on normative samples.
The results suggest that neurotically hostile individuals view others as distrustful, the world as threatening, and themselves as unable to cope. They experience frequent negative affect, including unexpressed anger. Expressive hostility predicts direct and positive engagement of the environment and others, but also a readiness to express anger in response to conflict. 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.
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Reliability Reporting Across Studies Using the Buss Durkee Hostility Inventory
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Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory
Neurotic and expressive hostility from the perspective of the five-factor model of personality. Correlations were computed between the hostility measures and all personality domains and facets. Profiles of participants classified into neurotic and expressive hostility groups were also produced using T scores based on normative samples. The results suggest that neurotically hostile individuals view others as distrustful, the world as threatening, and themselves as unable to cope.
Buss-Durkee Hostility Inventory (BDHI)
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