Low accuracy in judgments of others' psychological well-being as seen from a phenomenological perspective

@article{Kammann1984LowAI,
  title={Low accuracy in judgments of others' psychological well-being as seen from a phenomenological perspective},
  author={R. Kammann and R. Smith and C. Martin and M. McQueen},
  journal={Journal of Personality},
  year={1984},
  volume={52},
  pages={107-122}
}
  • R. Kammann, R. Smith, +1 author M. McQueen
  • Published 1984
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Personality
  • The generally low degree of agreement between self-ratings on personality traits and ratings by others may be interpreted from the viewpoint that self-reports reflect people's experience of themselves but not necessarily their behaviors. A detailed analysis of self and other ratings on subjective well-being as a central dimension of human experience is consistent with this phenomenological view. Ratings of well-being were not significantly correlated with rated behaviors either in self-ratings… CONTINUE READING
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