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Alpena Community College

EducationAlpena, Michigan, United States
About: Alpena Community College is a education organization based out in Alpena, Michigan, United States. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Personality & Big Five personality traits. The organization has 7 authors who have published 9 publications receiving 192 citations.

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TL;DR: When controlling for each communication mode, participants interacting FtF, formed more positive impressions of their partner than did those in the other sequence and had greater self-other agreement then those who interacted via CMC.

112 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a numerical model, called CS3, is presented for one-dimensional, large strain consolidation of layered soils, which can accommodate equilibrium and nonequilibrium profiles for the initial void ratio as well as variable profiles for preconsolidation stress and applied stress increment.
Abstract: A numerical model, called CS3, is presented for one-dimensional, large strain consolidation of layered soils. The algorithm accounts for vertical strain, soil self-weight, conventional constitutive relationships, changing material properties during consolidation, unload/reload, time-dependent loading and boundary conditions, an externally applied hydraulic gradient, and multiple soil layers with different material properties. CS3 can accommodate equilibrium and nonequilibrium profiles for the initial void ratio as well as variable profiles for preconsolidation stress and applied stress increment. Verification checks show excellent agreement with available analytical and numerical solutions. Several numeric examples are used to illustrate the capabilities of CS3 and highlight errors that may occur when multilayer systems are modeled as a single layer with average properties. Finally, settlement estimates obtained using CS3 are in good agreement with field measurements for the Gloucester test fill.

39 citations

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TL;DR: This article investigated the ability of adults and children to perceive the Big Five personality traits in others from "thin slices" of the behavioral stream, where targets were videotaped in five carefully crafted situations, each designed to maximize reveal a different trait domain.

25 citations

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07 Jan 2021
TL;DR: In this article, the authors examined associations between testosterone, cortisol, and Big Five personality traits, and found that the few significant effects were still very small in magnitude (e.g., testosterone and conscientiousness: r'='−0.05).
Abstract: Hormones are often conceptualized as biological markers of individual differences and have been associated with a variety of behavioral indicators and characteristics, such as mating behavior or acquiring and maintaining dominance. However, before researchers create strong theoretical models for how hormones modulate individual and social behavior, information on how hormones are associated with dominant models of personality is needed. Although there have been some studies attempting to quantify the associations between personality traits, testosterone, and cortisol, there are many inconsistencies across these studies. In this registered report, we examined associations between testosterone, cortisol, and Big Five personality traits. We aggregated 25 separate samples to yield a single sample of 3964 (50.3% women; 27.7% of women were on hormonal contraceptives). Participants completed measures of personality and provided saliva samples for testosterone and cortisol assays. The results from multi-level models and meta-analyses revealed mostly weak, non-significant associations between testosterone or cortisol and personality traits. The few significant effects were still very small in magnitude (e.g., testosterone and conscientiousness: r = −0.05). A series of moderation tests revealed that hormone-personality associations were mostly similar in men and women, those using hormonal contraceptives or not, and regardless of the interaction between testosterone and cortisol (i.e., a variant of the dual-hormone hypothesis). Altogether, we did not detect many robust associations between Big Five personality traits and testosterone or cortisol. The findings are discussed in the context of biological models of personality and the utility of examining heterogeneity in hormone-personality associations.

15 citations


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20141
20121
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20062