Individual differences in impression management : an exploration of the psychological processes underlying faking

@inproceedings{MuellerHanson2006IndividualDI,
  title={Individual differences in impression management : an exploration of the psychological processes underlying faking},
  author={Rose A. Mueller-Hanson and Eric D. Heggestad and George C. Thornton},
  year={2006}
}
The present study proposes and tests a model of psychological processes underlying faking, which integrates concepts from earlier models of faking by McFarland and Ryan (2000; 2001) and Snell, Sydell, and Lueke (1999). The results provided partial support for the model, suggesting personality factors and perceptions of situational factors contribute to faking behavior. The implications of these findings are (a) people differ with regard to how much they will fake on a personality test in a… CONTINUE READING

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