The dynamic role of personality states in mediating the relationship between extraversion and positive affect.

@article{Wilt2012TheDR,
  title={The dynamic role of personality states in mediating the relationship between extraversion and positive affect.},
  author={J. Wilt and E. E. Noftle and W. Fleeson and J. S. Spain},
  journal={Journal of personality},
  year={2012},
  volume={80 5},
  pages={
          1205-36
        }
}
One of the most noteworthy and robust findings in personality psychology is the relationship between extraversion and positive affect. Existing theories have debated the origins and nature of this relationship, offering both structural/fixed and environmental/dynamic explanations. We tested the novel and straightforward dynamic hypothesis that part of the reason trait extraversion predicts trait positive affect is through an increased propensity to enact extraverted states, which in turn leads… Expand
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