Convergence of Self-Reports and Informant Reports on the Personality Assessment Screener

Among a sample of undergraduate roommate dyads, self-report and informant report total scores on the Personality Assessment Screener/Personality Assessment Screener–Other moderately converged, with generally greater agreement between perspectives observed for externalizing behaviors compared with internalizing distress

Shannon E. Kelley; John F. Edens; Leslie C. Morey

2016

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  • Among a sample of undergraduate roommate dyads, self-report and informant report total scores on the Personality Assessment Screener/Personality Assessment Screener–Other moderately converged, with generally greater agreement between perspectives observed for externalizing behaviors compared with internalizing distress
  • Discrepancies between self-report and informant report were significantly associated with characteristics of the dyadic relationship as well as the severity of self-reported psychological difficulties and positive impression management

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