Technical Supplement for the 2021 article “How Do People Think About Understanding Personality—And What Do Such Thoughts Reflect?” by J.D. Mayer, D. R. Caruso, and A.T. Panter in Personality and Individual Differences
This technical supplement provides additional, supplementary information in relation to the article “When people estimate their personal intelligence who is overconfident? Who is accurate”, an article to appear in 2021 in the journal Personality and Individual Differences. The Table of Contents indicates what is included. The Technical Supplement contains a general description of the data sets employed, along with analyses that in some places duplicate those of the article, and in other places go beyond them.
Principal Investigator: John D. Mayer, Psychology Department, University of New Hampshire
Co-Investigator: David R. Caruso, Office of Dean of Yale College, Yale University
Co-Investigator: A. T. Panter, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Date of data collections: 2012 to 2018
Location of data collections: (a) Chapel Hill, North Carolina, (b) Durham, New Hampshire, and (c) online through Amazon Mechanical Turk
No funding sources
Mayer, John D.; Caruso, David R.; and Panter, A. T., "Technical Supplement for the 2021 article “How Do People Think About Understanding Personality—And What Do Such Thoughts Reflect?” by J.D. Mayer, D. R. Caruso, and A.T. Panter in Personality and Individual Differences" (2021). UNH Personality Lab. 38.