Social value orientation: related to empathy and the ability to read the mind in the eyes.

@article{Declerck2008SocialVO,
  title={Social value orientation: related to empathy and the ability to read the mind in the eyes.},
  author={Carolyn H. Declerck and Sandy Bogaert},
  journal={The Journal of social psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={148 6},
  pages={
          711-26
        }
}
This study explores correlates of social value orientation, a personality trait that reflects a stable individual difference in the way people evaluate outcomes for themselves and others in situations of interdependence. Previous findings (e.g., the triangle hypothesis) have indicated that people with a prosocial orientation tend to view their interacting partners as having heterogeneous social motives, whereas people with a proself orientation tend to believe all people are alike and selfish… CONTINUE READING

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