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The Authoritarianism Rebellion Scale was designed not only to assess the right wing, [[authoritarian]] aspects of people [[attitude]] but to also the antiauthoritarian, rebellious aspect, more associated with left wing leanings.
 
The Authoritarianism Rebellion Scale was designed not only to assess the right wing, [[authoritarian]] aspects of people [[attitude]] but to also the antiauthoritarian, rebellious aspect, more associated with left wing leanings.
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The Authoritarianism Rebellion Scale (ARS) is a nonprojective personality measure developed by Paul M. Kohn and published in 1972[1], to improve the measurement of political attitudes and to build on the progress made with the California F Scale.

The Authoritarianism Rebellion Scale was designed not only to assess the right wing, authoritarian aspects of people attitude but to also the antiauthoritarian, rebellious aspect, more associated with left wing leanings.

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  1. Hohn, P. (1972). The Autoritarianism-Rebellion Scale:A balanced F-Scale with Left-Wing reversals. Sociometry,35,1,176-189

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