What Are Your Self

What Are Your Self - 9 I can look anyone in the eye and...

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Self Exercise: What Are Your Self-Monitoring Tendencies? Instructions In an honest self-appraisal, mark each of the following statements as true (T) or false (F), and then consult the scoring key. _____ 1. I guess I put on a show to impress or entertain others. _____ 2. In a group of people I am rarely the center of attention. _____ 3. In different situations and with different people, I often act like very different persons. _____ 4. I would not change my opinions (or the way I do things) in order to please someone or win their favor. _____ 5. I have considered being an entertainer. _____ 6. I have trouble changing my behavior to suit different people and different situations. _____ 7. At a party I let others keep the jokes and stories going. _____ 8. I feel a bit awkward in public and do not show up quite as well as I should.
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Unformatted text preview: _____ 9. I can look anyone in the eye and tell a lie with a straight face (if for a right end). _____ 10. I may deceive people by being friendly when I really dislike them. Scoring Key Score one point for each of the following answers: 1. T; 2. F; 3. T; 4. F; 5. T; 6. F; 7. F; 8. F; 9. T; 10. T Score: _____ 1–3 = Low self-monitoring 4–5 = Moderately low self-monitoring 6–7 = Moderately high self-monitoring 8–10 = High self-monitoring SOURCE: Excerpted and adapted from M Snyder and S Gangestad, “On the Nature of Self-Monitoring: Matters of Assessment, Matters of Validity,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, July 1986, p 137....
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2012 for the course ENG MGT 314 taught by Professor Dr.long during the Spring '12 term at Missouri S&T.

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