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Self-competence and histrionic self-presentation style

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The database contains the results from N = 2642 respondents who answered demographic questions and completed two questionnaires measuring the general self-competence and the histrionic self-presentation style. The concept of self-competence is considered as a person’s perception of their own ability to behave such that tasks are successfully completed. It is a belief about oneself and it is related to successfully handling all work roles in various specialized professions. The histrionic self-presentation is considered as a way of shaping everyday interactions by explicit As-If behaviors which are specific form of impression management in a social relationship. They involve quick changes between different roles, imitating different people or characters, or even engaging other people in performing small role-plays. The aim of the current study was to test the hypothesis that the higher people assess their own competences, the stronger the histrionic self-presentation style. The results did not fully support the hypothesis: the correlation shown - despite being statistically significant - a marginal positive relationship between the variables studied. In further analyses, it is necessary to take into account potential moderators of the tested relationship.

Dataset file

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Details

Year of publication:
2020
Creation date:
2020
Dataset language:
Polish
Fields of science:
  • Psychology (Social studies)
  • Management and quality studies (Social studies)
License:
CC BY-SA
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DOI:
10.34808/3nnh-vr13 open in new tab
Software:
IBM SPSS
Verified by:
Gdańsk University of Technology

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