Self-monitoring of expressive behavior

Self-monitoring of expressive behavior,10.1037/h0037039,Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,Mark Snyder

Self-monitoring of expressive behavior   (Citations: 937)
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Proposes a social psychological construct of self-monitoring (self-observation and self-control guided by situational cues to social appropriateness) of expressive behavior and self-presentation. An internally consistent, temporally stable self-report measure of individual differences in self-monitoring was constructed. 4 converging laboratory and field studies of peer perception ratings, criterion group membership, self-control of facial and vocal emotional expressive behavior, and attention to normative social comparison information were conducted with undergraduates to demonstrate the convergent and discriminant validity of the Self-Monitoring Scale (SM). The use of SM to investigate hypotheses concerning consistency in expression across situations and between channels of expressive behavior is discussed. (28 ref)
Journal: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology - PSP , vol. 30, no. 4, pp. 526-537, 1974
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