Kenny (KENZER #26) Reference: Study 2 of Albright, L., Kenny, D. A., & Malloy, T. E. (1988). Consensus in personality judgments at zero acquaintance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 55, 387-395. Subjects: University of Connecticut of undergraduates at in a methods class Gender composition: mixed Setting: classroom Acquaintance: zero acquaintance Design: round robin Date of data collection: September 86 Number of subjects: 33 Number of dyads: 62 Number of groups: 7 Number per group: 4 to 5 Dyadic variables: trait ratings List: sociable (I), irritable (II), responsible (III), anxious (IV), intellectual (V) Unit of measurement: numbered seven-point scales, higher numbers more of the trait Personality variables: gender Self variables: yes Missing data: very little, mode substitued -------------------------------------------------------------------------- FORMAT General information: person input, one record per subject, variables fastest moving RECORD 1: col 1 group number (1-7) col 2 subject number (1-5) col 3 partner number (1-5) col 4 gender (1 = M; 2 = F) This information is repeated in cols 11-14, 21-24, 31-34, and for five people groups in cols 41-44. Ratings of person 1: col 5 sociable col 6 good-natured col 7 responsible col 8 calm col 9 intellectual Ratings of person 2: col 15 sociable col 16 good-natured col 17 responsible col 18 calm col 19 intellectual Ratings of person 3: col 25 sociable col 26 good-natured col 27 responsible col 28 calm col 29 intellectual Ratings of person 4: col 35 sociable col 36 good-natured col 37 responsible col 38 calm col 39 intellectual Ratings of person 5 for 5-person groups col 45 sociable col 46 good-natured col 47 responsible col 48 calm col 49 intellectual