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eBook The Approval Motive: Studies in Evaluative Dependence ePub

by Douglas P. Crowne

  • ISBN: 0313223653
  • Category: Psychology and Counseling
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: Douglas P. Crowne
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Praeger (April 3, 1980)
  • Pages: 233
  • ePub book: 1513 kb
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oceedings{Crowne1980TheAM, title {The Approval Motive: Studies in Evaluative Dependence}, author {Douglas P. Crowne and David Marlowe}, year {1980} }. Douglas P. Crowne, David Marlowe. The authors explore the social-desirability response set-a type of habitual response preference identifiable in personality testing.

Book Publishing WeChat. Crowne, D. & Marlowe, D. (1964). The approval motive: Studies in evaluative dependence. ABSTRACT: This study, based on the cognitive model of stress (Lazarus, 1999), examined 294 Jewish and 234 Arab students’ stress appraisals, coping strategies, and emotional and behavioral reactions to academic stressors. Perceived stress was positively related to emotion/support and avoidance coping, which, in turn, were related to high negative affect and risk taking.

studies in evaluation dependence. by Douglas P. Published 1964 by John Wiley in New York, London. Social desirability, Personality tests, Social tests.

com's Douglas P. Crowne Author Page. The Approval Motive: Studies in Evaluative Dependence Apr 3, 1980. The experimental study of personality Jan 1, 1979.

Study Guides Infographics. (1980). The approval motive: Studies in evaluative depen- dence. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Davies, G. & Yoder, D. (1937).

Crowne 0 P & Marlowe 0. Crosme Department of Psychology. University ofWaterloo Waterloo, Ontario N2L 3G1. New York: Wiley, 1964. 233 p. [University of Connecticut. C~and Harvard University, Cambridge. The studies helped to establish that responses to personality tests, even ones contami-. and°by social desirability, rellect the persons ap-proach to being evaluated and ale related to signifi-cant bebavtor in othersituat,ons fThis bonic has been cited in more than 1,285publicatione. Canada.

The approval motive: Studies in evaluative dependence. New York: Wiley] and the Balanced Inventory of Desirable Responding, which differentiates between self-deceptive positivity (the tendency to give self-reports that are honest, but positively biased) and impression management (deliberately positive self-presentation). These, in conjunction with scores on the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale [Taylor, . A personality scale of manifest anxirty. The approval motive: studies in evaluative dependence

Crowne 0 P & Marlowe 0. C~ Harvard University, Cambridge. The studies helped to establish that responses to personality tests, even ones contami- brightly about her conformity in the postandby social desirability, rellect the persons ap- experimental interview, Yes5 of course. proach to being evaluated and ale related to signifi- Thats teamwork, isnt it? cant bebavtor in othersituat,ons fThis bonic has been At this point, we recognized that such 6cited

The authors explore the social-desirability response set--a type of habitual response preference identifiable in personality testing. The intuitive plausibility of this test response distortion led the authors to undertake research to determine if it supported the theory that people describe themselves in favorable terms to obtain the approval of others.