Patterns of Personality Judgment.

By: Cohen, RudolfMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (377 p.)ISBN: 9781483271460Subject(s): Judgment | Social perceptionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Patterns of Personality JudgmentDDC classification: 155.2/3 | 155.23 LOC classification: BF441 .C55413Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Patterns of Personality Judgment; Copyright Page; Table of Contents ; TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; The Problem; Method; CHAPTER 1. THE FACTORIAL STRUCTURE OF THE JUDGMENTS; The Common Structure of the Judgment Scales; ""Halo Effect"" and 'logical Error""; Specific Structural Differences Dependent on Informational Conditions; Individual Differences in Judgmental Structures; Summary; CHAPTER 2. INTERJUDGE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY; Interjudge Reliability; Validity of the Judgments; Digression I: The Validity of Individual Physiognomic Characteristics
Digression II: The Validity of Individual Graphological CharacteristicsSummary; CHAPTER 3. THE UTILIZATION OF INDIVIDUAL ITEMS OF INFORMATION IN JUDGMENT; The Utilization of Individual Physiognomic Characteristics in Personality Judgments Made on the Basis of Photographs; The Utilization of Individual Graphological Characteristics in Personality Judgments Made on the Basis of Handwriting Samples; The Combining of Different Impressions into a Summary Judgment; Summary; CHAPTER 4. SUBJECTIVE PATTERNS OF JUDGMENT; Subjective Expected Values; Absolute and Relative Judgmental Variances; Summary
RETROSPECTAPPENDIX; REFERENCES; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX
Summary: Patterns of Personality Judgment focuses on the significant lines of development that deals with systematic tendencies in personality judgments. This book consists of four chapters. Chapter 1 deals with the meaning of judgments in terms of their structural interrelations. The second chapter examines what degrees of agreement and extent different judges evaluate one another or evaluate persons whom they know only by photographs, handwriting, and self-descriptions. The utilization of individual items of information in judgment is deliberated in Chapter 3, while the subjective patterns of judgmen
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Front Cover; Patterns of Personality Judgment; Copyright Page; Table of Contents ; TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; INTRODUCTION; The Problem; Method; CHAPTER 1. THE FACTORIAL STRUCTURE OF THE JUDGMENTS; The Common Structure of the Judgment Scales; ""Halo Effect"" and 'logical Error""; Specific Structural Differences Dependent on Informational Conditions; Individual Differences in Judgmental Structures; Summary; CHAPTER 2. INTERJUDGE RELIABILITY AND VALIDITY; Interjudge Reliability; Validity of the Judgments; Digression I: The Validity of Individual Physiognomic Characteristics

Digression II: The Validity of Individual Graphological CharacteristicsSummary; CHAPTER 3. THE UTILIZATION OF INDIVIDUAL ITEMS OF INFORMATION IN JUDGMENT; The Utilization of Individual Physiognomic Characteristics in Personality Judgments Made on the Basis of Photographs; The Utilization of Individual Graphological Characteristics in Personality Judgments Made on the Basis of Handwriting Samples; The Combining of Different Impressions into a Summary Judgment; Summary; CHAPTER 4. SUBJECTIVE PATTERNS OF JUDGMENT; Subjective Expected Values; Absolute and Relative Judgmental Variances; Summary

RETROSPECTAPPENDIX; REFERENCES; AUTHOR INDEX; SUBJECT INDEX

Patterns of Personality Judgment focuses on the significant lines of development that deals with systematic tendencies in personality judgments. This book consists of four chapters. Chapter 1 deals with the meaning of judgments in terms of their structural interrelations. The second chapter examines what degrees of agreement and extent different judges evaluate one another or evaluate persons whom they know only by photographs, handwriting, and self-descriptions. The utilization of individual items of information in judgment is deliberated in Chapter 3, while the subjective patterns of judgmen

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