Containment and exclusiveness: Their measurement and correlates ()

Containment and exclusiveness: Their measurement and correlates () The present report offers two measures for two tendencies reported as containment and exclusiveness. The criterion of containment is the extent of agreeing with statements which evaluate willingness of adopting readily adaptable, and socially reinforcing attitudes to induce others to share one's desired thinking and goals. Exclusiveness, on the other hand, expresses willingness to exert influence by cutting off interaction with others and to adopt defensive style attitudes of control. Two scales (CON and EX) of 25 and 48 items to tap the individual differences in these two tendencies are described. This report also presents internal consistencies along with some studies which describe personal and social properties of the two scales. Limitations and further research topics are suggested. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Psychology Wiley

Containment and exclusiveness: Their measurement and correlates ()

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Wiley
Copyright
© 1977 International Union of Psychological Science
ISSN
0020-7594
eISSN
1464-066X
DOI
10.1080/00207597708247391
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Abstract

The present report offers two measures for two tendencies reported as containment and exclusiveness. The criterion of containment is the extent of agreeing with statements which evaluate willingness of adopting readily adaptable, and socially reinforcing attitudes to induce others to share one's desired thinking and goals. Exclusiveness, on the other hand, expresses willingness to exert influence by cutting off interaction with others and to adopt defensive style attitudes of control. Two scales (CON and EX) of 25 and 48 items to tap the individual differences in these two tendencies are described. This report also presents internal consistencies along with some studies which describe personal and social properties of the two scales. Limitations and further research topics are suggested.

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International Journal of PsychologyWiley

Published: Oct 1, 1977

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