volume 57, issue 4, P385-385 1984
DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8341.1984.tb02604.x
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Abstract: Ray & Bozek (1980) suggested that the Jenkins Activity Survey or ‘JAS’ (for measuring A—B personality) contained items measuring three different qualities: dominance, achievement motivation and ‘freneticism’. Although freneticism was found to be only a minor component of the JAS, it seems to correspond most closely to what the JAS is said to be measuring.

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