Behavioral Inhibition System

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Behavioral Inhibition System
Abbreviations: BIS
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Behavioral Inhibition System (BIS) is a personality inventory that focuses on aspects of motivation and it 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. [2].

The BIS scale is focused on the aversive motivational system and stems from the model of personality proposed by Gray.

The Behavioral Inhibition System is said to comprise "the septohippocampal system, its monoaminergic afferents from the brainstem, and its neocortical projection in the frontal lobe."[1]

Note that the acronym BIS is also used for Barratt Impulsiveness Scale.

[edit] Papers

  1. Association of dopamine-β-hydroxylase and androgen receptor gene polymorphisms with Eysenck's P and other personality traits

[edit] References

  1. 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].
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