Selfie posting behaviors are associated with narcissism among men
Selfies and personality: Who posts self-portrait photographs?
Preferred Interpersonal Distances: A Global Comparison
Human spatial behavior has been the focus of hundreds of previous research studies. However, the conclusions and generalizability of previous studies on interpersonal distance preferences were…
Who uses emoticons? Data from 86 702 Facebook users
Sex differences in online selfie posting behaviors predict histrionic personality scores among men but not women
Voice of Authority: Professionals Lower Their Vocal Frequencies When Giving Expert Advice
Acoustic analysis and playback studies have greatly advanced our understanding of between-individual differences in nonverbal communication. Yet, researchers have only recently begun to investigate…
Olfactory Performance in a Large Sample of Early-Blind and Late-Blind Individuals.
- A. Sorokowska
- PsychologyChemical Sensors
- 1 October 2016
The results suggest that sensory compensation in visually impaired is not pronounced with regards to olfactory abilities as measured by standardized smell tests.
Marital Satisfaction, Sex, Age, Marriage Duration, Religion, Number of Children, Economic Status, Education, and Collectivistic Values: Data from 33 Countries
This paper measured marital satisfaction and several factors that might potentially correlate with it based on self-report data from individuals across 33 countries and introduced the raw data available for anybody interested in further examining any relations between them and other country-level scores obtained elsewhere.
The Associations of Dyadic Coping and Relationship Satisfaction Vary between and within Nations: A 35-Nation Study
A crucial finding indicates that couple relationship education programs and interventions need to be culturally adapted, as skill trainings such as dyadic coping lead to differential effects on relationship satisfaction based on the culture in which couples live.
Changes of olfactory abilities in relation to age: odor identification in more than 1400 people aged 4 to 80 years
- A. Sorokowska, V. Schriever, T. Hummel
- PsychologyEuropean Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology
- 20 September 2014
The currently presented large dataset consists of results that have been assembled over the last 8 years at science fairs using the 16-item odor identification part of the “Sniffin’ Sticks” and found that identification scores of the youngest and the oldest participants were lower than the scores obtained by people aged 20–60.