Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence

Norget J, Columbus S, Mayer A, Balliet D (2021)
Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online.

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Norget, JuliaUniBi ; Columbus, Simon; Mayer, AxelUniBi; Balliet, Daniel
Abstract / Bemerkung
People perceive situational interdependence along at least three dimensions: mutual dependence, conflict of interests and asymmetry of power. We use Latent State-Trait Models with day-specific traits to determine the state- vs. trait-like character of these dimensions in an experience sampling study and explore how HEXACO personality traits relate to the stable trait components. Results indicate that the perception of power is highly situation-specific, whereas the perception of mutual dependence and conflict of interests can be explained almost equally by situation-specific (state) and consistent (trait) influences. Honesty-Humility and Conscientiousness were associated with stable aspects of situation perception. However, only a small portion of the latent traits can be explained by personality, suggesting that individual differences in situation perception mostly relate to other aspects which are stable within a day, such as mood or day-specific external influences.
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2021
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EAPA Digital Event 2021
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Online
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Norget J, Columbus S, Mayer A, Balliet D. Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence. Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online.
Norget, J., Columbus, S., Mayer, A., & Balliet, D. (2021). Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence. Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online.
Norget, J., Columbus, S., Mayer, A., and Balliet, D. (2021).“Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence”. Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online.
Norget, J., et al., 2021. Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence. Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online.
J. Norget, et al., “Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence”, Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online, 2021.
Norget, J., Columbus, S., Mayer, A., Balliet, D.: Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence. Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online (2021).
Norget, Julia, Columbus, Simon, Mayer, Axel, and Balliet, Daniel. “Latent State-Trait Models of Subjective Interdependence”. Presented at the EAPA Digital Event 2021, Online, 2021.

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