Self monitoring and dating relationships

Pairs of subjects met each other and conversed briefly.

After the initial meeting, subjects completed Dion Scales to give impressions of their partners.

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Fuglestad, P & Snyder, M 2009, 'Self-monitoring and relationships', in Reis, HT & Sprecher, S (eds), , edited by Harry T.

It is defined as a personality trait that refers to an ability to regulate behavior to accommodate social situations.

These students were trained using a self-monitoring application and given prompts and the results showed positive, stable improvements in their on-task behavior after each individual's self-monitoring was increased.

When looking at theoretical and empirical evidence in self-monitoring in the work-place, research indicates that high self-monitors are proficient in meeting the social expectations and increasing their leadership outlook.

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