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Test of the influence of interpersonal rigidity on the behaviour and experiences of others
Interpersonal rigidity is defined as the extremeness of an individual’s behaviour and the narrowness of the behavioural repertoire measured according to the Interpersonal Circumplex (Kiesler, 1983). While acknowledged ...
Personality compatibility and group cohesion among musicians
Tliis study examined the relationship between personality compatibility and cohesion among 50 musical groups (191 subjects). Two novel approaches were used; (1) aggregated ratings of personality; and (2) Neuroticism as ...
Test of personality and complementarity in dyadic interactions using sequential analyses
Can patterns or redundancies be identified in the sequences of behaviors that are exchanged between individuals in social interactions? The present study directly examined the most controversial form of complementarity: ...