Social Competence in Online Communication between Introverts and Extroverts by Emelia Erickson and Viridiana Vega

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Title

Social Competence in Online Communication between Introverts and Extroverts by Emelia Erickson and Viridiana Vega

Subject

Psychology

Description

According to Lieberman and Rosenthal (2001), extroverts have working memory processes that allow them to be more socially competent in situations that cause high cortical arousal. In addition, introverts have less conversation multitasking skills than extroverts and due to this introverts have been considered socially incompetent. By using conversation goals that emphasize either conversation maintenance or reflected appraisal in an online communication setting, this study determined that there was no difference social competence between introverts and extroverts in an online communication setting.

Creator

Erickson, Emelia
Vega, Viridiana

Source

Senior Showcase Poster presentation

Publisher

Ripon College

Date

April 23, 2015

Rights

The authors reserve all rights.

Format

pdf

Identifier

Majors (Emelia Erickson): Psychology, Philosophy
Major (Viridiana Vega): Psychology
Minors (Viridiana Vega): Spanish, French
Forest Lake, Minnesota (Emelia Erickson)
Avalon, California (Viridiana Vega)
PSC 423 - Senior Seminar

Files

Erickson Vega (2015).pdf

Citation

Erickson, Emelia and Vega, Viridiana, “Social Competence in Online Communication between Introverts and Extroverts by Emelia Erickson and Viridiana Vega,” Senior Showcase Digital Collection, accessed October 17, 2018, https://rcseniorshowcase.omeka.net/items/show/6.

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