PERSONALITY PROCESSES AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES e-Perceptions: Personality Impressions Based on Personal Websites

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This research examined the accuracy of personality impressions based on personal websites, a rapidly growing medium for self-expression, where identity claims are predominant. Eighty-nine websites were viewed by 11 observers, who rated the website authors’ personalities. The ratings were compared with an accuracy criterion (selfand informant reports) and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Vazire2004PERSONALITYPA, title={PERSONALITY PROCESSES AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES e-Perceptions: Personality Impressions Based on Personal Websites}, author={Simine Vazire and Samuel D. Gosling}, year={2004} }