The Good Judge Revisited: Individual Differences in the Accuracy of Personality Judgments

@article{Christiansen2005TheGJ,
  title={The Good Judge Revisited: Individual Differences in the Accuracy of Personality Judgments},
  author={Neil D. Christiansen and Shaina Wolcott-Burnam and Jay E. Janovics and Gary N. Burns and Stuart W. Quirk},
  journal={Human Performance},
  year={2005},
  volume={18},
  pages={123 - 149}
}
This study examined individual differences in the accuracy of personality judgments. Participants (N = 122) reviewed videotaped segments of 3 individuals responding to employment interview questions, judged the personality of the interviewees, and rated acquaintances who later completed self-report personality inventories. Participants also completed measures of general mental ability, personality, and dispositional intelligence (knowledge of how personality is related to behavior). Results… 
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