CONNECT

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  1. Albrecht C. P. Küfner

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Description: The aim of the CONNECT-Study is to investigate the social processes underlying the joint development of personality and social relationships during studies. Here you can find an official form (connect_collaboration_request.docx) to apply for a collaboration on Connect’s data. If you intend to initiate a collaboration, please first complete the form by providing us with your and your co-researchers details, by outlining the research idea, and by giving us information on the data sources you need. Second, please adapt the variable selection file (connect_codebookbased_variableselection_2_4.R) for each requested data source by the specific variables you like to analyse. Looking forward to your exciting research ideas.

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  • Explaining the Longitudinal Interplay of Personality and Social Relationships in the Laboratory and in the Field: The PILS and the CONNECT Study

    Here, we provide you with the preprint and with supplemental material (R-Codes) to the manuscript "Explaining the Longitudinal Interplay of Personalit...

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  • Puffed up but shaky selves: State self-esteem level and variability in narcissists

    Here, we provide you with supplemental material (data, R-Codes) to the manuscript "Puffed up but shaky selves: State self-esteem level and variability...

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  • Enhanced Versus Simply Positive: A New Condition-Based Regression Analysis to Disentangle Effects of Self-Enhancement from Effects of Positivity of Self-View

    Here, we provide you with a preprint and with supplemental material (including data and R-Codes) to the manuscript "Enhanced Versus Simply Positive: A...

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  • Preprint of "Enhanced Versus Simply Positive: A New Condition-Based Regression Analysis to Disentangle Effects of Self-Enhancement from Effects of Positivity of Self-View"

    Despite a large body of literature and ongoing refinements of analytical techniques, research on the consequences of self-enhancement (SE) is still va...

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  • Accuracy and Liking Over Time


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  • Is Accurate, Positive, or Inflated Self-Perception Most Advantageous for Psychological Adjustment? A Competitive Test of Key Hypotheses

    Here, we provide you with additional materials (including data and R codes) to the manuscript "Is Accurate, Positive, or Inflated Self-Perception Mos...

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  • Preprint of "Is Accurate, Positive, or Inflated Self-Perception Most Advantageous for Psychological Adjustment? A Competitive Test of Key Hypotheses"

    Empirical research on the (mal-)adaptiveness of favorable self-perceptions, self-enhancement, and self-knowledge has typically applied a classical nul...

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  • Zooming into Real-Life Extraversion – How Personality and Situation Shape Sociability in Social Interactions

    Here, we provide you with supplemental material (additional tables, data, R-Codes) and a Preprint to the manuscript "Zooming into Real-Life Extraversi...

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  • Trait Personality and State Variability: Predicting Individual Differences in Within- and Cross-Context Fluctuations in Affect, Self-Evaluations, and Behavior in Everyday Life

    Here, we provide you with supplemental material (data, R-Codes) to the manuscript "Trait Personality and State Variability: Predicting Individual Diff...

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  • Longitudinal Social Relations Model

    Here you can find the R codes (implementing Fisher scoring) together with one example data file to estimate Social Relations Growth Model (SRGM) param...

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  • Validation of the NARQ-S

    The files uploaded here constitute the Suppplementary Online Materials (SOM) for our paper on the validation of the short form (NARQ-S; Leckelt et al....

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