The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries

Mottus R, Allik J, Realo A, Rossier J, Zecca G, Ah-Kion J, Amoussou-Yeye D, Backstrom M, Barkauskiene R, Barry O, Bhowon U, et al. (2012)
Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin 38(11): 1423-1436.

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Rankings of countries on mean levels of self-reported Conscientiousness continue to puzzle researchers. Based on the hypothesis that cross-cultural differences in the tendency to prefer extreme response categories of ordinal rating scales over moderate categories can influence the comparability of self-reports, this study investigated possible effects of response style on the mean levels of self-reported Conscientiousness in 22 samples from 20 countries. Extreme and neutral responding were estimated based on respondents' ratings of 30 hypothetical people described in short vignettes. In the vignette ratings, clear cross-sample differences in extreme and neutral responding emerged. These responding style differences were correlated with mean self-reported Conscientiousness scores. Correcting self-reports for extreme and neutral responding changed sample rankings of Conscientiousness, as well as the predictive validities of these rankings for external criteria. The findings suggest that the puzzling country rankings of self-reported Conscientiousness may to some extent result from differences in response styles.
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Mottus R, Allik J, Realo A, et al. The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin. 2012;38(11):1423-1436.
Mottus, R., Allik, J., Realo, A., Rossier, J., Zecca, G., Ah-Kion, J., Amoussou-Yeye, D., et al. (2012). The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(11), 1423-1436. doi:10.1177/0146167212451275
Mottus, R., Allik, J., Realo, A., Rossier, J., Zecca, G., Ah-Kion, J., Amoussou-Yeye, D., Backstrom, M., Barkauskiene, R., Barry, O., et al. (2012). The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin 38, 1423-1436.
Mottus, R., et al., 2012. The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(11), p 1423-1436.
R. Mottus, et al., “The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries”, Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 38, 2012, pp. 1423-1436.
Mottus, R., Allik, J., Realo, A., Rossier, J., Zecca, G., Ah-Kion, J., Amoussou-Yeye, D., Backstrom, M., Barkauskiene, R., Barry, O., Bhowon, U., Bjorklund, F., Bochaver, A., Bochaver, K., de Bruin, G., Cabrera, H.F., Chen, S.X., Church, A.T., Cisse, D.D., Dahourou, D., Feng, X., Guan, Y., Hwang, H.-S., Idris, F., Katigbak, M.S., Kuppens, P., Kwiatkowska, A., Laurinavicius, A., Mastor, K.A., Matsumoto, D., Riemann, R., Schug, J., Simpson, B., Tseung-Wong, C.N., Johnson, W.: The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin. 38, 1423-1436 (2012).
Mottus, Rene, Allik, Jueri, Realo, Anu, Rossier, Jerome, Zecca, Gregory, Ah-Kion, Jennifer, Amoussou-Yeye, Denis, Backstrom, Martin, Barkauskiene, Rasa, Barry, Oumar, Bhowon, Uma, Bjorklund, Fredrik, Bochaver, Aleksandra, Bochaver, Konstantin, de Bruin, Gideon, Cabrera, Helena F., Chen, Sylvia Xiaohua, Church, A. Timothy, Cisse, Daouda Dougoumale, Dahourou, Donatien, Feng, Xiaohang, Guan, Yanjun, Hwang, Hyi-Sung, Idris, Fazilah, Katigbak, Marcia S., Kuppens, Peter, Kwiatkowska, Anna, Laurinavicius, Alfredas, Mastor, Khairul Anwar, Matsumoto, David, Riemann, Rainer, Schug, Joanna, Simpson, Brian, Tseung-Wong, Caroline Ng, and Johnson, Wendy. “The Effect of Response Style on Self-Reported Conscientiousness Across 20 Countries”. Personality And Social Psychology Bulletin 38.11 (2012): 1423-1436.

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