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Refining Anger: Summarising the self-report measurement of anger

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posted on 2023-11-16, 16:21 authored by John Maltby, Will Norton, Eoin McElroy, John Cromby, Martin Halliwell, Sophie Hall

The current paper presents a five-factor measurement model of anger summarizing scores on public-domain self-report measures of anger. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses of self-report measures of anger (UK, n = 500; USA, n = 625) suggest five replicable latent anger factors: anger-arousal, anger-rumination, frustration-discomfort, anger-regulation, and socially constituted anger. Findings suggested a 5-factor interpretation provided the best fit of the data. We also report evidence of measurement invariance for this 5-factor model of anger across gender, age, and ethnicity. The findings suggest a useful and parsimonious account of anger, summarizing over 50 years of research around the self-report measurement of anger.

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School of Psychology and Vision Sciences, College of Life Sciences, University of Leicester

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Journal of Personality Assessment

Volume

105

Issue

6

Pagination

752-762

Publisher

Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

issn

0022-3891

Copyright date

2022

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2023-11-16

Language

en

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