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Compared the Activation System Dependent People

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The purpose of this study compared, the activation system dependent people, glass, opium and ordinary on the basis of revised reinforcement sensitivity theory was. Therefore, of among the population of through available sampling a total of 90 people in three groups of 30 selected, and data were collected using a questionnaire Gary – Wilson. The results of analysis of variance showed that between the activation system dependent people, glass, opium and ordinary there is a significant difference. Also Tukey test results showed that between ordinary people and dependent people of glass, and ordinary people and dependent people of opium in behavioral activation system were significant differences, but in the activation system between the members of glass and opium, significant difference was not observed

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International Frontier Science Letters (Volume 5)
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15-19
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R. Majidi and Y. Yarahmadi, "Compared the Activation System Dependent People", International Frontier Science Letters, Vol. 5, pp. 15-19, 2015
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October 2015
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