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Multilevel Random Coefficient Analyses of Event- and Interval-Contingent Data in Social and Personality Psychology Research
Increasingly, social and personality psychologists are conducting studies in which data are collected simultaneously at multiple levels, with hypotheses concerning effects that involve multipleExpand
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Emotional Intelligence and Social Interaction
Two studies found positive relationships between the ability to manage emotions and the quality of social interactions, supporting the predictive and incremental validity of an ability measure ofExpand
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Multilevel modeling analyses of diary-style data.
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Multilevel Modeling for Social and Personality Psychology
Introduction Multilevel Random Coefficient Models Basics Multilevel Random Coefficient Models Some Advanced Topics Conceptualizing the Multilevel Structure Using HLM
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Clarifying the role of social comparison in the big-fish-little-pond effect (BFLPE): an integrative study.
It has been speculated that the big-fish-little-pond effect (BFLPE; the negative impact of highly selective academic settings on academic self-concept) is a consequence of invidious socialExpand
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A practical guide to understanding reliability in studies of within-person variability
Abstract This article concerns how to estimate reliability (defined as the internal consistency of responses to a scale) in designs that are commonly used in studies of within-person variability. IExpand
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Regulating positive and negative emotions in daily life.
The present study examined how people regulate their emotions in daily life and how such regulation is related to their daily affective experience and psychological adjustment. Each day for anExpand
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Implicit and Explicit Ethnocentrism: Revisiting the Ideologies of Prejudice
Two studies investigated relationships among individual differences in implicit and explicit prejudice, right-wing ideology, and rigidity in thinking. The first study examined these relationshipsExpand
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An Introduction to Multilevel Modeling for Social and Personality Psychology
Multilevel modeling is a technique that has numerous potential applications for social and personality psychology. To help realize this potential, this article provides an introduction to multilevelExpand
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Day-to-Day Relationships among Self-Concept Clarity, Self-Esteem, Daily Events, and Mood
Twice a week for up to 10 weeks, 103 participants provided measures of their daily self-concept clarity (SCC), mood (negative affect [NA] and positive affect [PA]), and self-esteem (SE), and theyExpand
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