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Facebook Profiles Reflect Actual Personality, Not Self-Idealization
More than 700 million people worldwide now have profiles on on-line social networking sites (OSNs), such as MySpace and Facebook (ComScore, 2008); OSNs have become integrated into the milieu ofExpand
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Who knows what about a person? The self-other knowledge asymmetry (SOKA) model.
  • Simine Vazire
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of personality and social psychology
  • 2010
This article tests a new model for predicting which aspects of personality are best judged by the self and which are best judged by others. Previous research suggests an asymmetry in the accuracy ofExpand
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The self-report method.
If you want to know what Waldo is like, why 20041, the effectiveness of introspection not just ask him? Such is the commonsense (Wilson, 2002), the degree of automaticity logic behind the self-reportExpand
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Informant reports: A cheap, fast, and easy method for personality assessment
Abstract Despite widespread agreement that multi-method assessments are optimal in personality research, the literature is dominated by a single method: self-reports. This pattern seems to be based,Expand
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e-Perceptions: personality impressions based on personal websites.
This research examined the accuracy of personality impressions based on personal websites, a rapidly growing medium for self-expression, where identity claims are predominant. Eighty-nine websitesExpand
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Personality Judgments Based on Physical Appearance
Despite the crucial role of physical appearance in forming first impressions, little research has examined the accuracy of personality impressions based on appearance alone. This study examined theExpand
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Manifestations of Personality in Online Social Networks: Self-Reported Facebook-Related Behaviors and Observable Profile Information
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We present descriptive exploratory studies examining how personality is reflected in OSNs revealed several connections between the Big Five personality traits and self-reported Facebook-related behaviors and observable profile information. Expand
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Improving the Dependability of Research in Personality and Social Psychology
In this article, the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Task Force on Publication and Research Practices offers a brief statistical primer and recommendations for improving theExpand
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Impulsivity and the Self-Defeating Behavior of Narcissists
Currently prominent models of narcissism (e.g., Morf & Rhodewalt, 2001) primarily explain narcissists' self-defeating behaviors in terms of conscious cognitive and affective processes. We proposeExpand
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The N-Pact Factor: Evaluating the Quality of Empirical Journals with Respect to Sample Size and Statistical Power
The authors evaluate the quality of research reported in major journals in social-personality psychology by ranking those journals with respect to their N-pact Factors (NF)—the statistical power ofExpand
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