Malloy Zero Study 1 (MALZER #32) Reference: Study 1 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: Trinity undergraduates Gender composition: mixed Setting: classroom Acquaintance: zero Date of data collection: Fall of 1986 Design: round robin Number of subjects: 57 Number of dyads: 108 Number of groups: 12 Number per group: 4 or 5 Dyadic variables: trait ratings List: sociable (I), good-natured (II), calm (IV), intellectual (V), responsible (III) Unit of measurement: numbered 7-point scale (higher numbers more of the trait except for good-natured and calm) Personality variables: gender Self variables: yes Missing data: gender for person 1 in group 12 Other: These data are Wave 0 of MALLON (#31). ------------------------------------------------------------------ FORMAT General information: person input, partner fastest moving; one record per subject; good-natured and calm are reversed Record 1: group number: columns 1-2 subject number: column 3 gender: column 4 (0 = M; 1 = F) group size 4 5 dyadic variables sociable 6-9 6-10 good-natured 10-13 11-15 responsible 14-17 16-20 calm 18-21 21-25 intellectual 22-25 26-30