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The project will be conduct in Timor-Leste
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yeah, thank you. We will be make strengthening network in the future.
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For my research I want tot test the influence of distance according to Hall's (1966) interpersonal distances (intimate, personal, social and public) on facial expression (negative or positive). Since both my independent and dependent variable are categorical ordinal data I thought of using Spearman's correlation. Is that the right statistical method?
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And If you are looking for correlation, then I would recommend that you may try Kendall tua.
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I am in the process of developing an SJT a new instrument for assessing adults who assist others in managing their emotions. This instrument would measure the emotional management performance by focusing on the extrinsic interpersonal emotional manager of others' emotional skills and abilities. Specifically, examining a person’s emotional intelligence as an ability, their level of confidence and influence towards emotionally managing others, and their ability to select and implement a suitable emotional regulatory strategy. The interpersonal emotion extrinsic literature informs the development of this tool.
The process of SJTs appear be quite a rigorous process and requires solid psychometrics. This is clear from discussion and literature. However, I cannot find information about how to ensure I have a fair and reliable tool.
Can anyone help with how ensure I have a fair and reliable tool? What are those SJT requirements for this? What is a viable sample size to test SJTs items for experts? And for those who are not experts in the subject area what is a viable sample size?
What are available literatures on SJTs development related to emotion regulation or interpersonal emotion regulation or emotional intelligence?
What are the most appropriate test analysis for SJTs for determine validity and reliability? I am assuming factor analyses is approach, is this correct?
When is it appropriate to retest SJTs and what are appropriate intervals between tests?
Any help with these questions as well as available literatures supporting answers is appreciated.
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Since it is a New tool of analysis, the application depends on the time and sector. The structure of the organization and the size, age and capital structure matters a lot. Where decisions are decentralized, the SJT become easier where a functional segment will be tested and compared with the non performing sectors. This will serve as a clue for general application.
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Is anyone out there aware of research that has sought to establish the relationship between Spanish learners' scores on the ACTFL Proficiency Placement Test (APPT) and their scores on the ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI)?
I realize that the APPT is not meant to determine official proficiency levels at all, but I'm curious as to how well the APPT, as an instrument of reading and listening interpretive proficiency, can predict oral interpersonal proficiency. If there is research on these exact instruments, or on how well interpretive proficiency can serve as a predictor for interpersonal proficiency in general, that would be great.
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Devin Gilbert The ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) is a legitimate and reliable method of determining a person's ability to speak a language. The OPI is competency-based. It evaluates the ability to utilize language effectively and properly in real-world settings. It evaluates unrehearsed, spontaneous language.
Individuals who want to test and verify their speaking abilities in a target language by conducting a live interview with a tester can purchase and take an OPI by obtaining a Speaking Certificate.
A "1" OPI rating signifies "survival proficiency," a "2" "limited working competence," and a "3" "general professional competency."
Vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, fluency, linguistic tasks, and socio-linguistic/... are the evaluative variables examined at each level (but not equally weighted).
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I am looking for the Interpersonal Reactivity Index Scale Scoring key with interpretation
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About using joysticks for interpersonal interaction coding,  I found some examples after reading Pennings et al. (2014) and Haataja et al. (2021) research.  This coding method is subjective, it depends on the observer but I can not find the specific protocol or standards on how to train observers for joystick method.
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Will the social and psychological aspects of interpersonal contacts and customer needs in this matter be a barrier to the creation of fully automated electronic banks without staff?
Will one of the products of Industry 4.0 be the creation of fully automated electronic banks without staff?
Theoretically, it may be possible, however, do banks' clients expect it?
At the end of the twentieth century, publications appeared that confirmed this type of thesis and suggested that the development of banking is heading in this direction, ie towards full automation and electronization, remote service through the Internet of clients of financial institutions. However, at the beginning of the 21st century, the situation is changing.
Despite the development of artificial intelligence, intenet of things etc. and the use of new information technologies, eg for the creation of automated electronic advisers, electronic avatars simulating a bank employee or other financial institution providing advice to a client served via a website, some of the bank clients do not want to part with a counselor in the person of a man, not a machine.
In connection with the above, will the social and psychological aspects of interpersonal contacts and customer needs in this matter be a barrier to the creation of fully automated electronic banks without staff?
Do you agree with me on the above matter?
In the context of the above issues, I am asking you the following question:
Will the social and psychological aspects of interpersonal contacts and customer needs in this matter be a barrier to the creation of fully automated electronic banks without staff?
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I invite you to the discussion
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We researchers should offer our thanks to you, and to every researcher who presents us with an accurate scientific question.
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Hello,
I am an undergrad student working on a research project to investigate whether data collected via an online questionnaire produces similar results as when the data is collected in-person. I collected all the online data I needed, however since I am working with a rare population, I haven't been able to collect in-person data. Therefore, I am relying on past studies in the literature to find in person data to compare to my online data, and ultimately to examine the validity of my online data.
My dilemma is this:
I administered an interpersonal support survey, the ISEL-12, online to my rare patient population. I now want to find a study in the literature that administered a similar survey on interpersonal support using face-to-face rather than online methods, and compare the results. Unfortunately, I was unable find any instances of the ISEL-12 being administered in person to my rare population in the literature, but I was able to find a study that utilized a different interpersonal support questionnaire, the Resilience Scale for Adults (RSA).
Given that I only have summary statistics like mean and standard deviation from the study I found in the literature (no raw data), and the two questionnaires are on different scales, how can I compare the RSA data to the ISEL-12 data I collected myself? As a reminder, my ultimate goal is to conclude that interpersonal support data collected in person is similar to interpersonal support data collected online. I know I could use a Z-test to compare online ISEL-12 data to in person ISEL-12 data... but in the case of comparing online ISEL-12 data to in person RSA data, could a Z-test still work or no? Is there anything else I could try?
Thank you!
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Hello Rachel,
It's a challenging problem, to be sure. Unfortunately, using group statistics from two different measures, administered to two different samples (one to each), in different settings, different times (e.g., pre-covid, post-covid), etc., doesn't offer any clear path towards asserting that differences are a function of administration method (as opposed to some other source/s of score variation).
There is literature on the comparability of in-person vs. on-line administration for a number of measures of affect/perception. Your best bet might be to look for a meta-analytic study in this arena, and use the results of it to make an informed guess as to what might be the case for your target measure. Short of conducting the comparative study directly, I don't see other viable options.
Good luck with your work.
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via the Interpersonal Reactivity Index (Davis, 1983).
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Good question, Magdalena. I too am looking for vignettes to illustrate the 4 types of empathy captured by Davis (1983).
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When comparing both GDP loss and mortality across countries, it appears that countries that have managed to save more lives during the Covid-19 pandemic have also managed to save their economies better. What accounts for these stark differences in country performances? In this article, we argue that a salient feature of economic and health performance is the degree of trust populations have in their governments. We set up a heuristic analytical framework that models this relation, under particular assumptions about what drives government and individual behavior, in order to better understand the mechanisms that may be at work. We identify three key roles that trust in government may play in enforcing social distancing policies, conveying credible information for individual decision-making, and shaping government attitudes towards risk. We argue that these implications are consistent with the empirical evidence. We also discuss the relevance of other forms of trust, namely, interpersonal trust and trust in science.
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Please have a look on the below link:
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Hi,
I am currently working on a project titled 'How does internet use affect interpersonal trust, a comparison across 4 European countries'. However, I have been struggling with deciding on which model best suits my project, as both my dependent variable, interpersonal trust and main independent variable are ordinal. ie: Interpersonal trust ranges from 0 "You can't be too careful" through to 10 "Most people can be trusted" and the variable internet use frequency ranges from 1 "Never" 2 "Only Occasionally" 3 "A few times a week" 4 "Most days" 5 "Everyday". I was wondering if there is a model that I could use that would be suited to this, or whether I would need to recode my variable for internet use? Also seeing as I will be composing a cross country analysis, what model would also be suitable for this? I am working with stata so any advice on how to do this in stata would also be greatly appreciated.
Thank you.
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Hi Maya,
the DV has enough scale points with at least semi-interval level that can be used as such. The IV looks a bit shaky so if you want to be hyper correct, make 4 dummies out of it. Much more important are potential control variables that block unobserved confounding effects.
Best,
Holger
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I am looking for a mindful parenting scale to use with a cohort of parents (predominately mothers) who have personality disorder related difficulties, with a preference for measures with less than 20 items.
I have thought about using the Interpersonal Mindfulness in Parenting (IEM-P) scale (10 items) and would appreciate hearing anyones experiences with using this scale, or suggestions for an alternative.
Thank you,
Kayla
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For many years now, I fail to find the original source of a concept in social theory that distinguishes between four or five 'levels' of analysis and/or intervention. Various versions are circulating, but they all more or less boil down to the following:
1. content (what),
2. procedure (how),
3. interpersonal (here & now dynamics in the actual situation),
4. intrapersonal (of the/an individual), and
5. hypothetical factors of which the actors are not (yet) conscious. The best guess so far is Brendan Reddy, who paints an 'iceberg' image with 'levels' 1 and 2 above and the others below the surface (see 1994: Intervention Skills - Process Consultation for Small Groups and Teams). My current hypothesis is that he developed this concept for his work at the National Training Laboratories in Bethel, Maine. Yet, there is no definitive evidence and in spite of many attempts I haven't succeeded in locating people who would be able to confirm or falsify my hunch.
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The external, or conscious, part of culture is what we can see and is the tip of the iceberg and includes behaviors and some beliefs. The internal, or subconscious, part of culture is below the surface of a society and includes some beliefs and the values and thought patterns that underlie behavior.
Hall suggests that the only way to learn the internal culture of others is to actively participate in their culture. When one first enters a new culture, only the most overt behaviors are apparent. As one spends more time in that new culture, the underlying beliefs, values, and thought patterns that dictate that behavior will be uncovered. What this model teaches us is that we cannot judge a new culture based only on what we see when we first enter it. We must take the time to get to know individuals from that culture and interact with them. Only by doing so can we uncover the values and beliefs that underlie the behavior of that society
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I am looking to find out if support workers health literacy has a positive or negative effect on their charges when they are being supported at home, what the carers think their level of health literacy is and how this relates to interpersonal and integrated relationships within the wider medical support network for the learning disabled.
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Hello Zara,
I looked up about the health literacy of support workers / carers for people with learning disability but could not find much. You may already be aware of these.
This paper (p13) mentions the topic but does no go into detail:
Emerson, E., Baines, S., Allerton, L., & Welch, V. (2010). Health inequalities and people with learning disabilities in the UK: 2010. Durham: Improving Health & Lives: Learning Disabilities Observatory, 2010.
This is the 2012 edition:
I don't know if you would gain anything by looking up the references; some are regarding specific diagnoses.
The authors made this paper available on request from RG; maybe they could help, if you contacted them?:
P.8 of this link might be relevant but again, does not go into detail:
Turner, S., & Robinson, C. (2011). Health Inequalities and People with Learning Disabilities in the UK: 2010. Improving Health and Lives: Learning Disabilities Observatory.
I looked at this report regarding Wales:
but when I tried to access reference 52, the link did not work.
All these are quite old now.
Very best wishes,
Mary
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HA4: Interpersonal political discussions significantly mediate the influence of exposure to radio on women voters’ electoral participation.
HA4.1: Interpersonal political discussions significantly mediate the effect of the frequency of listening to radio on women voters’ electoral participation.
HA4.2: Interpersonal political discussions significantly mediate the influence of political knowledge on women voters’ electoral participation.
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It sounds like you're saying, "I hypothesize that exposure to radio influences women's electoral participation. I'm going to measure exposure to radio in two ways: 1) frequency of listening to the radio, and 2) political knowledge. Therefore, if frequency of listening to the radio and/or political knowledge influences women's electoral participation, then I will have evidence supporting my hypothesis." (I'm leaving out the mediating variable for the sake of simplicity.)
If I'm understanding you correctly, then support for your two sub-hypotheses provides support for main hypothesis.
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Framing theory suggests that how something is presented to the audience so that they draw the "right" conclusion to help us accomplish our objectives in life. This packaging is a pervasive feature of interpersonal behaviour and may be done via framing.
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I do concur that framing can be useful in the implementation of HR innovations . HR practitioners have had difficult time in pushing their agendas in their respective organisations which could be inform of innovations through decision making frameworks either at Management or Board levels which are dominated by technocrats from so called core business functions and who usually perceive HR practice as anon-core business function. Perhaps by HR Practitioners re-packaging their agendas through this strategy things may take a different turn.
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I am struggling to find what the measure/operationalisation of social, interpersonal and consider dimension is for Acceptance of cosmetic surgery scale. I know that Acceptance of Cosmetic surgery scales measurement is ACSS. Can anyone please tell me what this is for social, interpersonal and consider dimension subscales? I also do not know what Attractive Appearance subscales measures are for Aspiration Index (AI) can someone please tell me what this is? (I am guessing here but is it AA OR AI_AA??)
Thank you!!!
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The Acceptance of Cosmetic Surgery Scale: Initial examination of its factor structure and correlates among Brazilian adults
  • February 2011
  • Body image 8(2):179-85
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  • 10.1016/j.bodyim.2011.01.001
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  • 📷Viren Swami et al. These researchers are on RG so discuss with them
  • While you are asking about subscales you may name them SD, ID and CD dimensions and tell the reader that you presently use these letters.
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As part of an intervention that aims to develop trust between members of group who work together to achieve a common goal, I'm looking for ways to measure trust and to track changes over time.
Would love to hear your thoughts and to have references for appropriate measurements. Thanks!
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Here is a meta analysis of trust over time research:
Trust over time in exchange relationships: Meta‐analysis and theory
BS Vanneste, P Puranam… - Strategic Management …, 2014 - Wiley Online Library
that might help you.
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The eight forms of intelligence defined by Howard Gardner (1985) are:
”1. Verbal / linguistic intelligence
2. Logical / mathematical intelligence
3. Body / kinesthetic intelligence
4. Space intelligence
5. Musical Intelligence
6. Interpersonal Intelligence
7. Intrusive Intelligence
8. Natural Intelligence”
Many special thanks!
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I agree with the pointed eight forms of intelligence. The
Artificial Intelligence influence to uor life more and more, day after day with technology development!
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Hi everyone! I was wondering if anyone might have any ideas of how to conduct some potential analyses for some research I am working on. I am interested in the moderating role of trait emotion regulation on the relationship between state anxiety prior to solving an interpersonal problem (predictor) and problem solving in a real-life interpersonal problem (outcome). I want to hypothesize that individuals with high levels of state anxiety perform well if they also have good emotion regulation skills, but individuals with high levels of state anxiety do not perform as well if they do not have as good of emotion regulation skills. I have used diary cards for participants to track interpersonal problems that they have faced (the responses are coded) as well as their state anxiety level prior to trying to solve the problem. Each participant rated their state anxiety prior to 4 interpersonal problems that they faced (predictor) and wrote about how they solved that problem (outcome). They filled out one measure about trait emotion regulation skills. I have a sample of 50 participants right now. I do not think I can treat each scenario as if it were a different participant (then I would have a sample of 200 because 4 scenarios per participant and there are 50 participants) and run a test of moderation once. Is there a way to do some kind of repeated measures moderation without averaging participants' scores (this would defeat the purpose of looking at state-anxiety)? Should I just run four different moderation analyses, one for the first scenario, one for the second scenario, and so on? Or is there a way I could use a repeated measures ANOVA to look for an interaction? I don't think it makes conceptual sense to treat the first scenario recorded any differently from the second scenario because there were no experimental manipulations to create hypothesized differences for scenario 1, 2, 3, and 4. I hope this makes sense. I look forward to hearing what anyone has to say!
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Stephen Politzer-Ahles
, thank you for your response. I looked into using a mixed-effects regression model, but am still confused. I have two within subject variables (state anxiety while solving an interpersonal problem and the effectiveness of the solution to the problem) that I collected four times each. When I look at examples of mixed-effect models they only use one within subject variable. Is there a way to use two within subject variables? Also, I am not interested in whether or not state anxiety or effectiveness is significantly different between times 1, 2, 3, or 4 when the data was collected and it seems like mixed-effect models provide you with this information too. I just want to see how ability to regulate emotions moderates the relationship between state anxiety during problem solving and the effectiveness of the solution of that given problem, but I have four data points for state anxiety and effectiveness.
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So with the CSII and it's 2 dimensions, the normative and the informational, you have a way to measure it's influence on purchase intention. If with the informational dimension you measure one's inclination to accept information from others as a validation of reality, you are thereby influenced and your intention is changed. So if I measure high on the scale I will be very influenced to buy. But can't this dimension used to measure anything else? If I measure a price variable, can't it influence it too? If I am verys susceptable to price and I score high on the informational dimension, can´t I assume that for that particular variable I am very susceptable to be influenced, therefore if anyone wanted to influence me via marketing all they had to do was press that matter?
I had the base from somewhere but stupidly didn't take note of it and I am unable to replicate the search.
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As consumer interpersonal influence is dynamic and a composite variable operationalisation of measurable variables and its relation with other endogenous variables is important . The antecedents and precursors help in meeting the study objectives.
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I am searching for a scale which measures the tendency to interpersonal/emotional conflict avoidance (I do not mean cognitive controversies). Would be very happy if someone can help!
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The Thomas-Kilmann Instrument rates conflict on dimension: competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, and accommodating.  The instrument is usually used in workplace settings.
Is appears to be available in German language at the publisher website:
disclosure, I have no affiliation with this publisher or instrument.
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Batson and Week has worked on the mood effects of unsuccessful helping (1996), Chikovani et al. has worked on empathy cost (2015) and Stocks, Lopez-Pérez, and Oceja about distress, empathy et rumination (2016). We know now the negative effect of the personal distress and the empathy, but how the empathic person perceives a victim or a person in the need when the subject/agent is helplessness/powerless ? When the level of personal distress can not decrease. Do we know the impacts at the interpersonal level ?
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When staff have to help in a way they do not agree with, they experience conflicts named moral strass and moral distress:
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Dear colleagues,
I am planning an empirical research on stress in teachers. The question I face is: how to differentiate the causes of stress in teachers? How to understand, if the high levels of stress anxiety and depression are causes by occupational stress or by other stress factors (family factors, interpersonal or intrapersonal conflicts, developmental crisis, etc.). Should I include all these questions in the questionnaire? Is it possible to separate occupational stress from external influences?
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Thank you, Divya! Do you think that questionnaire should include questions related to stress in the family?
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It's simple to find literature describing the dark tetrad traits (sadism, Machiavellianism, narcissism, psychopathy). But what I have not been able to locate thus far is research on resisting the dark tetrad: what strategies are most effective, interpersonally and socially, for limiting their negative impact.
Any leads?
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Sander Thomaes and Brad J. Bushman (2011) wrote a chapter called Treating Narcissus, which may give you some clues, at least about narcissism.
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How can we teach undergraduate students about interpersonal and social skills so that they can be more empowered to manage assignments and projects that demand teamwork or cooperation among them? I would like to explore more about the possible strategies used to empower students on interpersonal and social skills.
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Hello,
One of the challenges facing teachers is to develop learners' interpersonal and social skills. One of the ways by which teachers can attain such behavioral objectives is the implementation of task based teaching . In task based approach, the class is divided into smaller groups where each group tries to handle the task at hand through negotiation , problem solving, and sharing of information. these interactive techniques under the management of the teacher as facilitator, help learners to internalize the norms of social relationships by practicing interpersonal skills.
Best regards,
R. Biria
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I am using the Inventory of Interpersonal Problems - Circumplex (IIP-C) with 32 items.
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I would recommend taking a look at the 'circular' package in R.
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Dear all,
I used the IRI scale in a study and cannot find in papers the mimimum and maximum scores of this scale. Also, I would like to know if there are some cut-off scores, determining excessive lower or higher scores.
Thank you very much for your help,
Julian
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I think you mean the Interpersonal Reactivity Index. The major references is Davis, M. H. (1983). Measuring individual differences in empathy: Evidence for a multidimensional approach. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 44(1), 113-126.
Purpose 
The IRI was designed to assess empathy, which was defined as "the reactions of one individual to the observed experiences of another."
Questions
 28 items using 5-point scales (A = does not describe me well to E = describes me very well)
Sub-scales
 4 sub-scales, each with 7 items:
Fantasy assesses the extent to which individuals identify with fictional characters.
Perspective-taking assesses the extent to which individuals spontaneously (try to) adopt others' points of view.
Empathetic concern assesses the extent of individuals' "feelings of warmth, compassion, and concern for others."
Personal distress assesses the extent of individuals "feelings of anxiety and discomfort" as a result of "another's negative experience."
scores would range from 28 to 140
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A colleague and I are in need of collaboration with a psychologist knowledgeable with current sophisticated statistics. In part, we wish to perform a multi-factorial analysis on an Interpersonal Attitudes test with 180 items and a N of several hundred. We wish to relate it to attachment research findings. Initially, this is to validate the instrument, which incidentally is clinically powerful in therapy. About half of the tests were done by police officer candidates.
Next we want to use it and some other measures to track interpersonal attitudes and community policing effectiveness in police officers over the first 5 years of their careers. We would like to see policing improve relationships within communities. So, plan includes officer selection as well as adjusting the field training and supervision.  
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Unfortunately not.
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Can some one suggest me scales on variable Interpersonal Injustice & Interpersonal Distrust In context of workplace?
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Hello Dr. Kahn:
The most widely used measure of “interpersonal justice” appears in a four-dimensional scale that was constructed and validated by Colquitt (2001). (Apart from interpersonal, the other three justice dimensions are distributive, procedural, and informational.) The measure is in the public domain and you are able to use it without charge.
 If you would like to assess interpersonal “injustice” separately from interpersonal “justice,” then I would recommend a later paper by Colquitt and his colleagues (2015). These and other relevant articles are listed below.
 Best of luck with your work,
 Russell Cropanzano
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Colquitt, J. A. (2001). On the dimensionality of organizational justice: A construct validation of a measure. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 386–400.
 Colquitt, J. A., Long, D. M., Rodell, J. B., & Halvorsen-Ganepola, M. D. K. (2015). Adding the “in” to justice: A qualitative and quantitative investigation of the differential effects of justice rule adherence and violation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 278-297.
 Colquitt, J. A., & Rodell, J. B. (2015). Measuring justice and fairness. In R. Cropanzano & M. L. Ambrose (Eds.), Oxford handbook of justice in work organizations (pp. 187-202). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.
 Colquitt, J.A., Scott, B.A., Rodell, J.B., Long, D.M., Zapata, C.P., Conlon, D.E., & Wesson, M.J. (2013). Justice at the millennium, a decade later: A meta-analytic test of social exchange and affect-based perceptions. Journal of Applied Psychology, 98, 199-236.
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Interpersonal or interactional metadiscourse was designed for the analysis of academic genres in English (Vande Kopple 1985, Crismore et al. 1993, Hyland & Tse 2004, Hyland 2005, 2008). The scope of texts being subject to this analysis has widened with time, including not only academic but also professional and social genres of different domains. The result of these analyses has challenged the general methodological framework, suggesting new perspectives that can develop it with theoretical and socio-linguistic implications (Suau Jiménez 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017). A re-framing of the model would possibly be necessary if we want it to cater for new research in a variety of genres, domains and languages. 
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Dear Reza Biria,
Thank you for your answer and your interesting comments and files, some of which I already knew, especially Hyland and Tse (2004), which I have largely used in my own research and in my master's classes (www.uv.es/maes). It is true that the issues concerning the inner weakness of the model have been pointed out in a number of ways, but it is also true that, as far as I know, there haven't been serious theoretical or methodological proposals on how to tackle this problem. This is why I have posed the question here. As I said before, some colleagues and myself will hold a round table at the next CILC 2017 in Paris, where we'll attempt to pinpoint the problem taking into account our own research difficulties and results from different variables (corpus, genre, domain and language). We'll also try to reach some conclusions/proposals that can help further research. I would also like to refer you to the following file, which is my humble contribution to this matter so far. Once the round table is approved by the CILC committee I will announce it in this platform.
Best,
Francisca Suau-Jiménez
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Any research done in interpersonal relationship and productivity
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I'm thinking of whether there are certain linguistic strategies, perhaps specifically with some relation to Halliday's interpersonal metafunction, to boost an employee's work efficiency and satisfaction. Any comment around this field would really be appreciated
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I do research on politeness as a linguistic strategy, which might apply to your case. Although I mainly focus on educational contexts, I know of some studies that have researched politeness and its consequences in the workplace (most of them are quite old), for example Carson & Cupach (2000), Hirokawa (1991) and Lee (1993). There is also a more recent study (Sias, 2012) but that focuses on workplace friendships. I don't know if that interests you.
Hope that helps.
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I am discussing my results for an upcoming conference presentation on the determinants of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) among adults with diabetes. My results is showing that higher levels of interpersonal sensitivity is a predictor for HRQoL. Can any one offer me some reasons why this is possible? Any previous studies will be much helpful.
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I think the phrase 'interpersonal sensitivity' needs to be defined. In your study, the target group is defined as ’adults with diabetes.' If I understood you well, you seem to be referring to the type of relations the group should have within themselves. Interpersonal sensitivity in this context indicates is the ability to understand each other and being able to appreciate the problems diabetic patients experience; and in effect to being able to support each other. A problem shared is a problem halved. This is why associations of people with the same concern get formed. In my research, I found out that associations of people infected with HIV helped HIV infected and affected people deal with stigma and discrimination--perceived and enacted. The same logic applies to people with chronic diabetes. They discuss their problems and also make collective decision on the way forward. In the first case they get encouraged to accept the illness--this is a critical stage in dealing with the illness. Then they accept practices that they should do and not do to live a better life: medical, social, psychological and physical. Such practices are reinforced through interpersonal sensitivity of members. In effect quality of life of such people improves. If reinforced by extra personal sensitivity where non diabetic members of a community appreciates the challenges that diabetic patients experience, the outcome is expected to be far more better. This is why we call health is more of social than bio medical enterprise.
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For my masters in health research, I am exploring differences in factors seen as faciliators or barriers to return to work following acquired brain injury between professional/managerial and non professional/managerial jobs.
I feel I have made a novices blunder, as I am struggling to find a reference on which to base my incl/exclu criteria for professional/managerial jobs as the taxonomies i have come accross are based more on industry than career level.
I know that i want to compare careers that usually require higher level education and/ or where there is responsibility for managing others, but now Im questioning whether i should put these two catergories together.  My assumption  is that these jobs will have higher cognitive and interpersonal demands, but now I am questioning even that!  any thoughts/advice would be appreciated.
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Can anyone recommend a good tool to gauge the degree of interpersonal interaction between an interviewer and a respondent? I am interested in both affective and effectiveness measures.  Many thanks.
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Hi Richard,
Why don't you create simulation scenarios in which participants have to react/assume a role/ etc? They're highly interactive and you can get fruitful insights on many aspects, affective, behavioral, and so on. 
As an example of what I do, here's a paper on scenarios design, though you can get more ideas from www.iconsproject.com
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in interpersonal metafunction of Systemic Functional Grammar of Hallidayan approach mood and modality are central to judge the attitude of speaker and narrator in proposition or proposal. I need some help and material by this model.
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you may Also review:
Halliday, M. A. K. (1976). “Modality and Modulation” . In G.R. Kress (Ed.). Halliday: System and function in language−Selected papers (pp. 189-230). London: Oxford University Press.
Palmer, F. R. (1987). The English verb. (2nd Edition). London: Longman.
Palmer, F. R. (1990). Modality and the English modals. London: Longman.
Palmer, F. R. (2001). Mood and modality.
Quirk, R., Greenbaum, S., Leech, G.& Svartvik, J. (1985). A comprehensive grammar of the English language. London: Longman.
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Does anyone know research on the relationship between tinnitus and interpersonal problems?
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Hi David,
Tinnitus is related to a range of psychological issues including distress, anxiety, depression, and personality disorders.
Check through the following papers.
1.  E. Ooms, R. Meganck, S. Vanheule, B. Vinck, J.-B. Watelet, and I. Dhooge (2011), “Tinnitus severity and the relation to depressive symptoms: a critical study,” Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, vol. 145, no. 2, pp. 276–281.
2. E. Ooms, S. Vanheule, R. Meganck, B. Vinck, J. Watelet, and I. Dhooge (2012), “Tinnitus severity and its association with cognitive and somatic anxiety: a critical study,” European Archives of Oto-Rhino-Laryngology, vol. 269, no. 11, pp. 2327–2333.
3. B. Langguth, T. Kleinjung, B. Fischer, G. Hajak, P. Eichhammer, and P. G. Sand, (2007) “Tinnitus severity, depression, and the big five personality traits,” Progress in Brain Research, vol. 166, pp. 221–225.
4. A. McCormack, M. Edmondson-Jones, H. Fortnum et al. (2014) “The prevalence of tinnitus and the relationship with neuroticism in a middle-aged UK population,” Journal of Psychosomatic Research, vol. 76, pp. 76–56.
5. J. M. Malouff, N. S. Schutte, and L. A. Zucker (2011) “Tinnitus-related distress: a review of recent findings,”Current Psychiatry Reports, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 31–36.
6. H. Bartels, S. S. Pedersen, B. F. A. M. Van Der Laan, M. J. Staal, F. W. J. Albers, and B. Middel (2009) “The impact of type D personality on health-related quality of life in tinnitus patients is mainly mediated by anxiety and depression,” Otology and Neurotology, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 11–18.
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Couple dynamics - interpersonal dynamics.
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Can you be a little more specific? I have plenty of references especially around couple and family therapy, but that is very broad so it would help if you give me a precise idea of what you are looking for.