Thin slices of child personality: Perceptual, situational, and behavioral contributions.

@article{Tackett2016ThinSO,
  title={Thin slices of child personality: Perceptual, situational, and behavioral contributions.},
  author={Jennifer Lee Tackett and Kathrin Herzhoff and Shauna C Kushner and Nicholas O. Rule},
  journal={Journal of personality and social psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={110 1},
  pages={150-66}
}
The present study examined whether thin-slice ratings of child personality serve as a resource-efficient and theoretically valid measurement of child personality traits. We extended theoretical work on the observability, perceptual accuracy, and situational consistency of childhood personality traits by examining intersource and interjudge agreement, cross-situational consistency, and convergent, divergent, and predictive validity of thin-slice ratings. Forty-five unacquainted independent… CONTINUE READING