Data from Kenny et al. (1994)
A data frame with 802 measurements of 30 round-robin groups on the following 7
round-robin variables (taken on unnumbered 7-point rating scales with higher numbers
indicating a higher value of the trait):
calm: rating of dimension calm-anxious
sociable rating of dimension sociable-withdrawn
liking rating of dimension like-do not like
careful rating of dimension careful-careless
relaxed rating of dimension relaxed-tense
talkative rating of dimension talkative-quiet
responsible rating of dimension responsible-undependable
The data frame also contains participants gender (
1 = F,
2 = M) and their age in years (
Note that the data was assessed in two conditions: odd round robin group numbers indicate
groups in which participants rated all traits for a person at a time whereas even numbers
refer to groups in which participants rated all the people for each trait.
Kenny, D. A., Albright, L., Malloy, T. E., & Kashy, D. A. (1994). Consensus in interpersonal perception: Acquaintance and the big five. Psychological Bulletin, 116(2), 245-258. doi: 10.1037/0033-2909.116.2.245
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