measure #2 - Below indicate the degree to which each statement is true or characteristic of them on a 6-point scale Totally disagree(0 Disagree(1

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Below indicate the degree to which each statement is true or characteristic of them on a 6-point scale. Totally disagree (0) Disagree (1) Somewhat disagree (2) Somewhat agree (3) Agree (4) Strongly Agree (5) I can alter my behavior when appropriate О О О О О О I can read others’ emotions through their eyes О О О О О О I can control the way I come across to people О О О О О О I am sensitive to slight changes in expression О О О О О О I understand others intuitively О О О О О О I can tell if others find a joke is in bad taste О О О О О О I can readily change my image О О О О О О I feel when I’ve said something inappropriate О О О О О О I can’t adapt my behavior to any situation О О О О О О I can adjust my behavior to any situation О О О О О О I can tell when someone is lying to me О О О О О О I have difficulty putting up a good front О О О О О О I can regulate my actions appropriately О О О О О О
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Myszkowski, N., Storme, M., Zenasni, F., & Lubart, T. (2014). Appraising the duality of self-monitoring: Psychometric qualities of the Revised Self-Monitoring Scale and the Concern for Appropriateness Scale
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Unformatted text preview: in French. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science / Revue Canadienne Des Sciences Du Comportement , 46 (3), 387–396. This measure could relate to any of my peers because of the society we live in, during these times majority of adolescents want to be accepted by people they like, or be welcomed by those certain people. Although this is not gonna apply to everyone, the majority of my peers would have satisfaction from a feeling of being accepted or belonging to a certain social construct. Or there could be people who simply do not care what others think or care to belong to any group. But also could alter the way they act because they want to be accepted. Some people start to change who they really are to feel accepted in certain social constructs....
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  • Fall '13
  • ScottHollenback
  • Psychology, Bad Taste, Behavioural sciences

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