Strangers ' Ratings of the Five Robust Personality Factors : Evidence of a Surprising Convergence With Self-Report

@inproceedings{Southern2001StrangersR,
  title={Strangers ' Ratings of the Five Robust Personality Factors : Evidence of a Surprising Convergence With Self-Report},
  author={David Southern},
  year={2001}
}
Attempted to replicate and extend the results of Passini and Norman (1966), who found surprising evidence ofconver~nt validity (i.e., significant correlations with the targets' self-ratings) in strangers' judgments of 5 broad personality factors. In the current study, 250 previously unacquainted Ss were run in small, same-sex groups of various sizes. Ss rated both themselves and their fellow group members on the same set of 20 bipolar trait scales used by Passini and Norman. Consistent with… CONTINUE READING

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