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Socially desirable responding in personality assessment: Is it possible to measure (only) lying? / Galić, Zvonimir.

By: Galić, Zvonimir.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: str.Other title: Socially desirable responding in personality assessment: Is it possible to measure (only) lying? [Naslov na engleskom:].Subject(s): 5.06 | social desirability, self-deception, impression management hrv | social desirability, self-deception, impression management eng In: 1st European PostDoc Summer School in Advanced Work and Organizational Psychology (6.-12.9.2008. ; Berlin, Njemačka)Summary: The poster deals with the nature of socially desirable responding and methods for its measurement. The results of two studies testing models of socially desirable responding that distinguish between deliberate impression management and unconscious self-deception are presented.
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The poster deals with the nature of socially desirable responding and methods for its measurement. The results of two studies testing models of socially desirable responding that distinguish between deliberate impression management and unconscious self-deception are presented.

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