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The relationship between sex steroid hormones and behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) in adolescent boys and girls

Hans Vermeersch (UGent) , Guy T'Sjoen (UGent) , Jean Kaufman (UGent) and Johny Vincke (UGent)
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This paper analyses the association between free testosterone (FT), free estradiol (FE2) and Carver and White's (1994) four-factor model of behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) within a sample of adolescent boys (N = 301, mean age: 14.4 years) and girls (N = 298, mean age: 14.3 years). No direct relationship between FT and BIS or BAS was found in either boys or girls. An association between FE2 and BAS-fun was found in boys and in girls. In addition, with respect to girls, interaction-effects were found indicating a positive association between FE2 and BAS-drive and a negative association between FT and BAS-fun depending on menstrual cycle phase. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Vermeersch, Hans et al. “The Relationship Between Sex Steroid Hormones and Behavioural Inhibition (BIS) and Behavioural Activation (BAS) in Adolescent Boys and Girls.” PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 47.1 (2009): 3–7. Print.
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Vermeersch, H., T’Sjoen, G., Kaufman, J., & Vincke, J. (2009). The relationship between sex steroid hormones and behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) in adolescent boys and girls. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, 47(1), 3–7.
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Vermeersch, Hans, Guy T’Sjoen, Jean Kaufman, and Johny Vincke. 2009. “The Relationship Between Sex Steroid Hormones and Behavioural Inhibition (BIS) and Behavioural Activation (BAS) in Adolescent Boys and Girls.” Personality and Individual Differences 47 (1): 3–7.
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Vermeersch, Hans, Guy T’Sjoen, Jean Kaufman, and Johny Vincke. 2009. “The Relationship Between Sex Steroid Hormones and Behavioural Inhibition (BIS) and Behavioural Activation (BAS) in Adolescent Boys and Girls.” Personality and Individual Differences 47 (1): 3–7.
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Vermeersch H, T’Sjoen G, Kaufman J, Vincke J. The relationship between sex steroid hormones and behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) in adolescent boys and girls. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES. 2009;47(1):3–7.
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H. Vermeersch, G. T’Sjoen, J. Kaufman, and J. Vincke, “The relationship between sex steroid hormones and behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) in adolescent boys and girls,” PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 3–7, 2009.
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  abstract     = {This paper analyses the association between free testosterone (FT), free estradiol (FE2) and Carver and White's (1994) four-factor model of behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) within a sample of adolescent boys (N = 301, mean age: 14.4 years) and girls (N = 298, mean age: 14.3 years). No direct relationship between FT and BIS or BAS was found in either boys or girls. An association between FE2 and BAS-fun was found in boys and in girls. In addition, with respect to girls, interaction-effects were found indicating a positive association between FE2 and BAS-drive and a negative association between FT and BAS-fun depending on menstrual cycle phase. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.},
  author       = {Vermeersch, Hans and T'Sjoen, Guy and Kaufman, Jean and Vincke, Johny},
  issn         = {0191-8869},
  journal      = {PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {3--7},
  title        = {The relationship between sex steroid hormones and behavioural inhibition (BIS) and behavioural activation (BAS) in adolescent boys and girls},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2009.01.034},
  volume       = {47},
  year         = {2009},
}

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