Self-Presentation Strategies and the Five-Factor Model

Self-Presentation Strategies and the Five-Factor Model,10.1006/jrpe.1997.2205,Journal of Research in Personality,M. D. Avia,M. L. Sánchez-Bernardos,J.

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Two samples of subjects (a sample of undergraduate students and a sample from the general population) filled out the Self-Monitoring Scale (Snyder, 1974) and the NEO-PI (Costa & McCrae, 1985). The results showed an acquisitive self-monitoring pattern associated with Extraversion and Openness to Experience, and a defensive self-monitoring pattern associated with Neuroticism. These results support previous research which has identified two styles of self-presentation (acquisitive vs. defensive) and confirm the usefulness of the NEO-PI as a broad instrument for research in personality.
Journal: Journal of Research in Personality - J RES PERSONAL , vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 108-114, 1998
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