Moderators of self-other agreement: reconsidering temporal stability in personality.

@article{Biesanz1998ModeratorsOS,
  title={Moderators of self-other agreement: reconsidering temporal stability in personality.},
  author={Jeremy C Biesanz and Stephen G. West and William G. Graziano},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={1998},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={467-77}
}
Accurate prediction requires information not only about central tendencies but also about variability. In personality prediction, however, most research has focused on trait-level central tendencies. Previously proposed moderators of personality prediction are all conceptually similar in comparing an individual's central tendency in response patterns with that of the normative person. This article proposes an alternative: Trait-level prediction is enhanced by measuring the temporal stability of… CONTINUE READING
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