Situational Interdependence Scale - Data and Research Material

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Description: How do people think about their interdependence with others in a situation? We aim to contribute to our understanding of how people detect and react towards their interdependence with others in social situations. This program of research has involved testing the structure of interdependence inferences and testing cues people use to infer specific properties of interdependence. In the process of our empirical work, we have also developed a multidimensional scale that measures how people think about of their interdependence (the Situational Interdependence Scale; SIS). Here we present the research material and data used in our paper "How Do People Think About Interdependence? A Multidimensional Model of Subjective Outcome Interdependence".

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Interdependence Theory states that 6 dimensions describe differences between social situations. We find that people (insitu and exsitu) can reliably differentiate situations according to 5, but not 6, dimensions of interdependence: (1) mutual dependence, (2) conflict, (3) power, (4) future interdependence, and (5) information certainty. Throughout our studies, we develop and validate a multidimens...

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