Behavioral Approach System

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Behavioral Approach System
Abbreviations: BAS
Variations:

Behavioral Activation System

Category: Behavioral Approach System
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Behavioral Inhibition System/Behavioral Approach System

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Behavioral Approach System (BAS) are self-report scales to assess one of the two general motivational systems proposed by J. A. Gray. The inventory is described in

Charles S. Carver, Teri L. White (1994). "Behavioral inhibition, behavioral activation, and affective responses to impending reward and punishment: the BIS/BAS Scales". Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 67(2): 319-333. [1].

There are 3 subscales of BAS:

  1. Reward responsiveness, correlated with extraversion from a 1985 Eysenck scale, positive temperament from General Temperament Survey (GTS), positive affectivity from PANAS and reward dependence from TPQ.
  2. Drive, correlated with extraversion from a 1985 Eysenck scale, positive temperament from GTS, hypomania from MMPI
  3. Fun seeking, correlated with extraversion from a 1985 Eysenck scale, novelty seeking from TPQ, disinhibition-constraint in GTS, hypomania from MMPI
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