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Independent Effects 3 The Independent Effects of Personality and Situations on Real-time Expressions of Behavior and Emotion Why do people behave the way they do ? Why do people feel the way they do ?

@inproceedings{Sherman2015IndependentE3,
  title={Independent Effects 3 The Independent Effects of Personality and Situations on Real-time Expressions of Behavior and Emotion Why do people behave the way they do ? Why do people feel the way they do ?},
  author={Ryne A Sherman and John F. Rauthmann and Nicolas A. Brown and David Serfass and Ashley Bell Jones},
  year={2015}
}
The joint influence of persons and situations on behavior has long been posited by personality and social psychological theory (Funder, 2006; Lewin, 1951). However, a lack of tools for realtime behavioral and situation assessment has left direct investigations of this sort immobilized. This study combines recent advances in situation assessment and experience sampling methodology to examine the simultaneous effects of personality traits and situation characteristics on real-time expressions of… 

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