SELF-MONITORING, SHYNESS, AND SOCIALIBILITY
Abstract:The Lennox-Wolfe Self-monitoring scale is examined for its capacity to predict “shrewd and pragmatic” styles of behavior in 95 subjects tested prior to entering college. The scale is shown to correlate with a measure of shyness (negatively) and sociability (positively) in theoretically consistent directions. Results partially validate the self-monitoring scale.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 1984
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