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The UPPS+P assesses impulsivity across five facets: 1) premeditation, 2) positive urgency, 3) negative urgency, 4) perseverance, and 5) sensation-seeking. Subjects must answer 59 questions (~11 questions each domain).
Synonyms: UPPS-P
Definition contributed by JLi about one year ago

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