How Do People Think About Interdependence? A Multidimensional Model of Subjective Outcome Interdependence

@article{Gerpott2018HowDP,
  title={How Do People Think About Interdependence? A Multidimensional Model of Subjective Outcome Interdependence},
  author={Fabiola Heike Gerpott and Daniel Balliet and Simon Columbus and Catherine Molho and Reinout E de Vries},
  journal={Journal of Personality and Social Psychology},
  year={2018},
  volume={115},
  pages={716–742}
}
  • Fabiola Heike Gerpott, Daniel Balliet, +2 authors Reinout E de Vries
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    Journal of personality and…
    2018
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Interdependence is a fundamental characteristic of social interactions. Interdependence Theory states that 6 dimensions describe differences between social situations. Here we examine if these 6 dimensions describe how people think about their interdependence with others in a situation. We find that people (in situ and ex situ) can reliably differentiate situations according to 5, but not 6, dimensions of interdependence: (a) mutual dependence, (b) power, (c) conflict, (d) future… CONTINUE READING

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