EVALUACIJA TAČNOSTI PROCENA LIČNOSTI NA OSNOVU PISANE VERBALNE PRODUKCIJE

  • Lana Tucaković
  • Jovana Bjekić
  • Goran Knežević
Ključne reči: crte ličnosti, pisana verbalna produkcija, procena ličnosti, tačnost

Apstrakt

Proces procene ličnosti javlja se u svakodnevnim socijalnim interakcijama i predstavlja pokušaj identifikovanja karakteristika tuđe ličnosti i na taj način objašnjavanja prošlog i predviđanja budućeg ponašanja. Rezultati ovog procesa imaju implikacije na buduće odluke i postupke ljudi. Ovo istraživanje imalo je za cilj da ispita tačnost laičkih procena ekstraverzije i savesnosti na osnovu kratkih pisanih tekstova. Uzorak je činilo 215 ispitanika (Mstarost = 28.58, SD = 10.30; 80.5% žena). Eksluzioni kriterijum bio je da su ispitanici psiholozi ili studenti psihologije, tj. da su upoznati sa istraživanjima i taksonomijama iz oblasti ličnosti. Ispitanici su procenili ekstraverziju i savesnost, na osnovu tekstova pisanih od strane pet različitih pojedinaca. Kriterijumi koji su korišćeni za ispitivanje tačnosti procene bili su slaganje mera samoprocene na HEXACO-PI-R-u ljudi koji su pisali tekstove i procena ispitanika, kao i slaganje između više procenjivača. Rezultati su pokazali da postoji umereno slaganje između procene od strane ispitanika i samoprocene autora tekstova u proceni ekstraverzije i savesnosti. Takođe, rezultati su pokazali da postoji visoko slaganje između procenjivača za ekstraverziju i savesnost. Ova studija ukazuje na to da je moguće proceniti nečiju ličnost na osnovu pisane verbalne produkcije, kao i da procenjivači imaju tendenciju da iz pisanih tekstova formiraju slične utiske o ličnosti.

Biografije autora

Lana Tucaković

Odeljenje za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu

Jovana Bjekić

Institut za medicinska istraživanja, Univerzitet u Beogradu

Goran Knežević

Odeljenje za psihologiju, Filozofski fakultet, Univerzitet u Beogradu

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