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02:38 Summary of pages 344-351 The sensation seeking scale: Assessing the sensation-seeking personality Zuckerman devolved the Sensation Seeking Scale, for the purpose of assessing the  degree to which people possess the trait of sensation seeking.  The Thrill and Adventure Seeking subscale measures the extent to which the individual  expresses a desire to engage in activities such of physical nature involving speed,  danger, and defiance of gravity. The experience Seeking subscale measures the extent to which the indivueal expresses  a desire to engage in activities designed to produce experiences through travel, music  and art.   Disinhibition subscale measures the extent to which the individual seeks to release  through unhibitied social activities with or without the aid of alc. The Boredom Susceptibility subscale measures the extent to which the individual  expresses displeasure at routine activities. Behavioral and psychophysiological correlates of sensation seeking: the behavior and  body of thrill seekers. Behavior differences between high and low sensation seekers.   high sensation seekers tend to engage in behavior involving greater risk, and this tendency replicates across  different cultures.  Such as motorcycles, parachuting, scuba diving, and firefighting.  
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