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    1. Someya, T; Sakado, K; Seki, T; Kojima, M; Reist, C; Tang, SW; Takahashi, S
      The Japanese version of the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale, 11th version (BIS-11): Its reliability and validity

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    2. Kirby, KN; Guastello, B
      Making choices in anticipation of similar future choices can increase self-control

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    3. Lee, R; Coccaro, E
      The neuropsychopharmacology of criminality and aggression

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHIATRIE
    4. Berger, DF; Lombardo, JP; Jeffers, PM; Hunt, AE; Bush, B; Casey, A; Quimby, F
      Hyperactivity and impulsiveness in rats fed diets supplemented with eitherAroclor 1248 or PCB-contaminated St. Lawrence river fish

      BEHAVIOURAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    5. Steiger, H; Koerner, N; Engelberg, MJ; Israel, M; Kin, NMKNY; Young, SN
      Self-destructiveness and serotonin function in bulimia nervosa

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    6. Lemke, MR; Wendorff, T
      Behavioral control dysfunction in psychiatric disorders. Neurophysiological aspects of impulsive behavior

      NERVENARZT
    7. DePasquale, JP; Geller, ES; Clarke, SW; Littleton, LC
      Measuring road rage - Development of the propensity for angry driving scale

      JOURNAL OF SAFETY RESEARCH
    8. Fossati, A; Di Ceglie, A; Acquarini, E; Barratt, ES
      Psychometric properties of an Italian version of the Barratt ImpulsivenessScale-11 (BIS-11) in nonclinical subjects

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Lajunen, T; Parker, D
      Are aggressive people aggressive drivers? A study of the relationship between self-reported general aggressiveness, driver anger and aggressive driving

      ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION
    10. Russell, VA; Wiggins, TM
      Increased glutamate-stimulated norepinephrine release from prefrontal cortex slices of spontaneously hypertensive rats

      METABOLIC BRAIN DISEASE
    11. Odum, AL; Madden, GJ; Badger, GJ; Bickel, WK
      Needle sharing in opioid-dependent outpatients: psychological processes underlying risk

      DRUG AND ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE
    12. Ketzenberger, KE; Forrest, L
      Impulsiveness and compulsiveness in alcoholics and nonalcoholics

      ADDICTIVE BEHAVIORS
    13. Svanborg, P; Mattila-Evenden, M; Gustavsson, PJ; Uvnas-Moberg, K; Asberg, M
      Associations between plasma glucose and DSM-III-R cluster B personality traits in psychiatric outpatients

      NEUROPSYCHOBIOLOGY
    14. Fuste-Escolano, A; Rodriguez, JR
      Factor analysis of the "Eysenck personality profiler-short form"

      PSICOTHEMA
    15. Justus, AN; Finn, PR; Steinmetz, JE
      The influence of traits of disinhibition on the association between alcohol use and risky sexual behavior

      ALCOHOLISM-CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
    16. Koskinen, T; Ruotsalainen, S; Sirvio, J
      The 5-HT2 receptor activation enhances impulsive responding without increasing motor activity in rats

      PHARMACOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY AND BEHAVIOR
    17. Steegmans, PHA; Hoes, AW; Bak, AAA; van der Does, E; Grobbee, DE
      Higher prevalence of depressive symptoms in middle-aged men with low serumcholesterol levels

      PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE
    18. Koskinen, T; Ruotsalainen, S; Puumala, T; Lappalainen, R; Koivisto, E; Mannisto, PT; Sirvio, J
      Activation of 5-HT2A receptors impairs response control of rats in a five-choice serial reaction time task

      NEUROPHARMACOLOGY
    19. Renner, W; Anderle, FG
      Venturesomeness and extraversion as correlates of juvenile drivers' traffic violations

      ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION
    20. Evans, J; Platts, H; Lightman, S; Nutt, D
      Impulsiveness and the prolactin response to d-fenfluramine

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    21. Wilson, DL; Frick, PJ; Clements, CB
      Gender, somatization, and psychopathic traits in a college sample

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT
    22. Mathias, CW; Stanford, MS
      P300 under standard and surprise conditions in self-reported impulsive aggression

      PROGRESS IN NEURO-PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY & BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    23. Gross, J; Blocher, D; Trott, GE; Rosler, M
      Assessment of the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults

      NERVENARZT
    24. DePasquale, JP; Geller, ES
      Critical success factors for behavior-based safety: A study of twenty industry-wide applications

      JOURNAL OF SAFETY RESEARCH
    25. Williams, BR; Ponesse, JS; Schachar, RJ; Logan, GD; Tannock, R
      Development of inhibitory control across the life span

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Spivak, B; Vered, Y; Yoran-Hegesh, R; Averbuch, E; Mester, R; Graf, E; Weizman, A
      Circulatory levels of catecholamines, serotonin and lipids in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

      ACTA PSYCHIATRICA SCANDINAVICA
    27. DUAUX E; GORWOOD P; GRIFFON N; BOURDEL MC; SAUTEL F; SOKOLOFF P; SCHWARTZ JC; ADES J; LOO H; POIRIER MF
      HOMOZYGOSITY AT THE DOPAMINE D-3 RECEPTOR GENE IS ASSOCIATED WITH OPIATE DEPENDENCE

      Molecular psychiatry
    28. OLWEUS D; ENDRESEN IM
      THE IMPORTANCE OF SEX-OF-STIMULUS OBJECT - AGE TRENDS AND SEX-DIFFERENCES IN EMPATHIC RESPONSIVENESS

      Social development
    29. GERSTLE JE; MATHIAS CW; STANFORD MS
      AUDITORY P300 AND SELF-REPORTED IMPULSIVE AGGRESSION

      Progress in neuro-psychopharmacology & biological psychiatry
    30. HO MY; ALZAHRANI SSA; ALRUWAITEA ASA; BRADSHAW CM; SZABADI E
      5-HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE AND IMPULSE CONTROL - PROSPECTS FOR A BEHAVIORAL-ANALYSIS

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    31. TRANAH T; HARNETT P; YULE W
      CONDUCT DISORDER AND PERSONALITY

      Personality and individual differences
    32. WOOD M
      SOCIOECONOMIC-STATUS, DELAY OF GRATIFICATION, AND IMPULSE BUYING

      Journal of economic psychology
    33. SONUGABARKE EJS; SAXTON T; HALL M
      THE ROLE OF INTERVAL UNDERESTIMATION IN HYPERACTIVE CHILDRENS FAILURETO SUPPRESS RESPONSES OVER TIME

      Behavioural brain research
    34. SAGVOLDEN T; AASE H; ZEINER P; BERGER D
      ALTERED REINFORCEMENT MECHANISMS IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER/

      Behavioural brain research
    35. BERGER DF; SAGVOLDEN T
      SEX-DIFFERENCES IN OPERANT DISCRIMINATION BEHAVIOR IN AN ANIMAL-MODELOF ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER

      Behavioural brain research
    36. BOIX F; QIAO SW; KOLPUS T; SAGVOLDEN T
      CHRONIC L-DEPRENYL TREATMENT ALTERS BRAIN MONOAMINE LEVELS AND REDUCES IMPULSIVENESS IN AN ANIMAL-MODEL OF ATTENTION-DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER/

      Behavioural brain research
    37. WINGROVE J; BOND AJ
      ANGRY REACTIONS TO FAILURE ON A COOPERATIVE COMPUTER GAME - THE EFFECT OF TRAIT HOSTILITY, BEHAVIORAL-INHIBITION, AND BEHAVIORAL ACTIVATION

      Aggressive behavior
    38. WEUN S; JONES MA; BEATTY SE
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF THE IMPULSE BUYING TENDENCY SCALE

      Psychological reports
    39. VERKES RJ; VANDERMAST RC; KERKHOF AJFM; FEKKES D; HENGEVELD MW; TUYL JP; VANKEMPEN GMJ
      PLATELET SEROTONIN, MONOAMINE-OXIDASE ACTIVITY, AND [H-3]PAROXETINE BINDING RELATED TO IMPULSIVE SUICIDE ATTEMPTS AND BORDERLINE PERSONALITY-DISORDER

      Biological psychiatry
    40. CHELONIS JJ; LOGUE AW
      EFFECTS OF REINFORCER TYPE ON RATS SENSITIVITY TO VARIATION IN REINFORCER AMOUNT AND REINFORCER DELAY

      Behavioural processes
    41. SPIVAK B; MESTER R; WITTENBERG N; MAMAN Z; WEIZMAN A
      REDUCTION OF AGGRESSIVENESS AND IMPULSIVENESS DURING CLOZAPINE TREATMENT IN CHRONIC NEUROLEPTIC-RESISTANT SCHIZOPHRENIC-PATIENTS

      Clinical neuropharmacology
    42. TIIHONEN J; KUIKKA JT; BERGSTROM KA; KARHU J; VIINAMAKI H; LEHTONEN J; HALLIKAINEN T; YANG JW; HAKOLA P
      SINGLE-PHOTON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY IMAGING OF MONOAMINE TRANSPORTERS IN IMPULSIVE VIOLENT BEHAVIOR

      European journal of nuclear medicine
    43. HO MY; WOGAR MA; BRADSHAW CM; SZABADI E
      CHOICE BETWEEN DELAYED REINFORCERS - INTERACTION BETWEEN DELAY AND DEPRIVATION LEVEL

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. B, Comparative andphysiological psychology
    44. KIRK JM; LOGUE AW
      EFFECTS OF DEPRIVATION LEVEL ON HUMANS SELF-CONTROL FOR FOOD REINFORCERS

      Appetite
    45. GONZALEZFORTEZA C; PALOS PA; TAPIA AJ
      THE RELATIONSHIP OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESOURC ES AND DAILY STRESSORS IN ASAMPLE OF MEXICAN ADOLESCENTS

      Salud mental
    46. KIRBY KN
      BIDDING ON THE FUTURE - EVIDENCE AGAINST NORMATIVE DISCOUNTING OF DELAYED REWARDS

      Journal of experimental psychology. General
    47. HERPERTZ S; SASS H
      IMPULSIVENESS AND IMPULSE CONTROL DISORDE R - A PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGICAL CONCEPTUALIZATION

      Nervenarzt
    48. FORZANO LB; PORTER JM; MITCHELL TS
      SELF-CONTROL AND IMPULSIVENESS IN ADULT HUMAN FEMALES - EFFECTS OF FOOD PREFERENCES

      Learning and motivation
    49. RICHARDS JB; MITCHELL SH; DEWIT H; SEIDEN LS
      DETERMINATION OF DISCOUNT FUNCTIONS IN RATS WITH AN ADJUSTING-AMOUNT PROCEDURE

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    50. KOWERT PA; HERMANN MG
      WHO TAKES RISKS - DARING AND CAUTION IN FOREIGN-POLICY MAKING

      The Journal of conflict resolution
    51. GUSTAVSSON JP; ASBERG M; SCHALLING D
      THE HEALTHY CONTROL SUBJECT IN PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH - IMPULSIVENESS AND VOLUNTEER BIAS

      Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica
    52. GARPENSTRAND H; EKBLOM J; HALLMAN J; ORELAND L
      PLATELET MONOAMINE-OXIDASE ACTIVITY IN RELATION TO ALLELES OF DOPAMINE D-4 RECEPTOR AND TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE GENES

      Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica
    53. SUOMINEN K; ISOMETSA E; HENRIKSSON M; OSTAMO A; LONNQVIST J
      HOPELESSNESS, IMPULSIVENESS AND INTENT AMONG SUICIDE ATTEMPTERS WITH MAJOR DEPRESSION, ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE, OR BOTH

      Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica
    54. KIRBY KN; MARAKOVIC NN
      DELAY-DISCOUNTING PROBABILISTIC REWARDS - RATES DECREASE AS AMOUNTS INCREASE

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    55. AFKLINTEBERG B
      THE PSYCHOPATHIC - PERSONALITY IN A LONGITUDINAL PERSPECTIVE

      European child & adolescent psychiatry
    56. RICHMAN H; SALLEE FR; FOLLEY P
      PERSONALITY-DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ANXIOUS AND NONANXIOUS CHILDREN WITHIN A DIMENSIONAL FRAMEWORK

      Journal of anxiety disorders
    57. NORDSTROM P; GUSTAVSSON P; EDMAN G; ASBERG M
      TEMPERAMENTAL VULNERABILITY AND SUICIDE RISK AFTER ATTEMPTED-SUICIDE

      Suicide & life-threatening behavior
    58. FRANCIS LJ
      PERSONALITY AND PRAYER AMONG ADULT CHURCHGOERS

      Irish journal of psychology
    59. TOBIN H; LOGUE AW; CHELONIS JJ; ACKERMAN KT; MAY JG
      SELF-CONTROL IN THE MONKEY MACACA-FASCICULARIS

      Animal learning & behavior
    60. LOGUE AW; FORZANO LB; ACKERMAN KT
      SELF-CONTROL IN CHILDREN - AGE, PREFERENCE FOR REINFORCER AMOUNT AND DELAY, AND LANGUAGE ABILITY

      Learning and motivation
    61. KIRK JM; LOGUE AW
      SELF-CONTROL IN ADULT HUMANS - EFFECTS OF COUNTING AND TIMING

      Learning and motivation
    62. SONUGABARKE EJS; WILLIAMS E; HALL M; SAXTON T
      HYPERACTIVITY AND DELAY AVERSION .3. THE EFFECT ON COGNITIVE-STYLE OFIMPOSING DELAY AFTER ERRORS

      Journal of child psychology and psychiatry and allied disciplines
    63. VERKES RJ; PIJL H; MEINDERS AE; VANKEMPEN GMJ
      BORDERLINE PERSONALITY, IMPULSIVENESS, AND PLATELET MONOAMINE MEASURES IN BULIMIA-NERVOSA AND RECURRENT SUICIDAL-BEHAVIOR

      Biological psychiatry
    64. DITTMAR H; BEATTIE J; FRIESE S
      OBJECTS, DECISION CONSIDERATIONS AND SELF-IMAGE IN MENS AND WOMENS IMPULSE PURCHASES

      Acta psychologica
    65. VERKES RJ; KERKHOF GA; BELD E; HENGEVELD MW; VANKEMPEN GMJ
      SUICIDALITY, CIRCADIAN ACTIVITY RHYTHMS AND PLATELET SEROTONERGIC MEASURES IN PATIENTS WITH RECURRENT SUICIDAL-BEHAVIOR

      Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica
    66. WEYERS P; KREBS H; JANKE W
      RELIABILITY AND CONSTRUCT-VALIDITY OF THE GERMAN VERSION OF CLONINGERS TRIDIMENSIONAL PERSONALITY QUESTIONNAIRE

      Personality and individual differences
    67. THORNTON S; THORNTON D
      FACETS OF EMPATHY

      Personality and individual differences
    68. GOMAIFREIXANET M
      PROSOCIAL AND ANTISOCIAL ASPECTS OF PERSONALITY

      Personality and individual differences
    69. EISENBERGER R
      DOES BEHAVIORISM EXPLAIN SELF-CONTROL

      Behavioral and brain sciences
    70. ARCHER J; KILPATRICK G; BRAMWELL R
      COMPARISON OF 2 AGGRESSION INVENTORIES

      Aggressive behavior
    71. FLORA SR; WORKMAN MD
      DISTRIBUTED REINFORCEMENT DURING DELAY TO LARGE REINFORCEMENT MAY INCREASE SELF-CONTROL IN RATS

      Psychological reports
    72. FLORA SR
      MOLAR AND MOLECULAR CONTINGENCIES AND EFFECTS OF PUNISHMENT IN A HUMAN SELF-CONTROL PARADIGM

      The Psychological record
    73. TAKAHASHI M; FUJIHARA T
      SELF-CONTROL AND CHOICE IN HUMANS - EFFECTS OF TYPE, AMOUNT, AND DELAY OF REINFORCERS

      Learning and motivation
    74. FORZANO LB; LOGUE AW
      SELF-CONTROL AND IMPULSIVENESS IN CHILDREN AND ADULTS - EFFECTS OF FOOD PREFERENCES

      Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior
    75. BERRIOS GE; ABULIA GM
      ABULIA AND IMPULSIVENESS REVISITED - A CONCEPTUAL HISTORY

      Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica
    76. LUENGO MA; OTERO JM; CARRILLODELAPENA MT; MIRON L
      DIMENSIONS OF ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR IN JUVENILE-DELINQUENCY - A STUDY OF PERSONALITY-VARIABLES

      Psychology, crime & law
    77. PFEFFERBAUM B; WOOD PB
      SELF-REPORT STUDY OF IMPULSIVE AND DELINQUENT-BEHAVIOR IN COLLEGE-STUDENTS

      Journal of adolescent health
    78. RUCH W
      TEMPERAMENT, EYSENICK PEN SYSTEM, AND HUMOR RELATED TRAITS -OF-HUMOR(PERSONALITY ASSESSMENTS AND SENSE)

      Humor
    79. RICHMAN H; NELSONGRAY R
      NONCLINICAL PANICKER PERSONALITY - PROFILE AND DISCRIMINATIVE ABILITY

      Journal of anxiety disorders
    80. TOBIN H; LOGUE AW
      SELF-CONTROL ACROSS SPECIES (COLUMBA-LIVIA, HOMO-SAPIENS, AND RATTUS-NORVEGICUS)

      Journal of comparative psychology
    81. RICHENDOLLER NR; WEAVER JB
      EXPLORING THE LINKS BETWEEN PERSONALITY AND EMPATHIC RESPONSE STYLE

      Personality and individual differences
    82. CARRILLODELAPENA MT; LUENGO MA
      TIME-ESTIMATION AND JUVENILE-DELINQUENCY

      Perceptual and motor skills
    83. FORZANO LB; LOGUE AW
      SELF-CONTROL IN ADULT HUMANS - COMPARISON OF QUALITATIVELY DIFFERENT REINFORCERS

      Learning and motivation
    84. MCFATTER RM
      INTERACTIONS IN PREDICTING MOOD FROM EXTROVERSION AND NEUROTICISM

      Journal of personality and social psychology
    85. SONUGABARKE EJS; HOULBERG K; HALL M
      WHEN IS IMPULSIVENESS NOT IMPULSIVE - THE CASE OF HYPERACTIVE CHILDRENS COGNITIVE-STYLE

      Journal of child psychology and psychiatry and allied disciplines
    86. KOZENY J
      PSYCHOMETRIC PARAMETERS OF THE IMPULSIVEN ESS QUESTIONNAIRES I(6) ANDI(7) (IVE)

      Ceskoslovenska psychologie
    87. KOGA Y
      A STUDY OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY-DISORDER FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF EGO FUNCTIONS

      Japanese journal of psychiatry and neurology
    88. RAWLINGS D; SKOK M
      EXTROVERSION, VENTURESOMENESS AND INTELLIGENCE IN CHILDREN

      Personality and individual differences
    89. NIELAND M; ROGER D
      EMOTION CONTROL AND ANALGESIA IN LABOR

      Personality and individual differences
    90. TOBIN H; CHELONIS JJ; LOGUE AW
      CHOICE IN SELF-CONTROL PARADIGMS USING RATS

      The Psychological record
    91. ALMEIDA SS; GARCIA RA; DEOLIVEIRA LM
      EFFECTS OF EARLY PROTEIN-MALNUTRITION AND REPEATED TESTING UPON LOCOMOTOR AND EXPLORATORY BEHAVIORS IN THE ELEVATED PLUS-MAZE

      Physiology & behavior
    92. SASAKI M; HAKODA Y; YAMAGAMI R
      SCHIZOPHRENIA AND REVERSE-STROOP INTERFER ENCE IN THE GROUP VERSION OF THE STROOP AND REVERSE-STROOP TEST

      Shinrigaku Kenkyu
    93. NEWTON JR; FREEMAN CP; MUNRO J
      IMPULSIVITY AND DYSCONTROL IN BULIMIA-NERVOSA - IS IMPULSIVITY AN INDEPENDENT PHENOMENON OR A MARKER OF SEVERITY

      Acta psychiatrica Scandinavica


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