Sensation Seeking Scale, SSS-V
Online version of the Sensation Seeking Scale, one of the most common psychological instrument for measuring sensation seeking, created by Marvin Zuckerman in 1964. The latest version SSS-V (1978) has four primary scales (Disinhibition, Boredom Susceptibility, Thrill and Adventure Seeking, Experience Seeking) and one total score.
- M. Zuckerman, E. A. Kolin, L. Price, I. Zoob. Development of a sensation-seeking scale // Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1964. 28(6)
- M. Zuckerman. Sensation seeking in England and America: Cross-cultural, age, and sex comparisons // Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1978. 46(1)