Mapping the domain of expressivity: multimethod evidence for a hierarchical model.

  title={Mapping the domain of expressivity: multimethod evidence for a hierarchical model.},
  author={James J. Gross and Oliver P. John},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  volume={74 1},
Increased interest in emotional expressivity has led to a proliferation of conceptions and measures. It is unclear, however, whether they all refer to the same construct and whether the domain of emotional expressivity is best conceptualized as unidimensional or multifaceted. Study 1 examined 6 common expressivity questionnaires, yielding 5 factors: Expressive Confidence, Positive Expressivity, Negative Expressivity, Impulse Intensity, and Masking. To develop a nomological network for these… CONTINUE READING

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