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Self-presentation styles in self-reports: linking the general factors of response styles, personality traits, and values in a longitudinal study
We investigated how response styles, personality traits, and values can be taken as manifestations of self-presentation styles in self-reports, and how self-presentation affects other self-report measures over time. Data ...
Effects of a general response style on cross-cultural comparisons: evidence from the teaching and learning international survey
(Oxford University Press, 2015)
This paper investigates the integration of response styles (extreme and midpoint responding and socially desirable responding) and their effects on self-reports among 76,887 teachers from 18 countries in the Teaching and ...
Socially desirable responding: enhancement and denial in 20 countries
(Sage Publications, 2015)
This article investigated the dimensionality, measurement invariance, and cross-cultural variations of social desirability. A total of 3,471 university students from 20 countries completed an adapted version of ...