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Antagonism in Daily Life


Colin Vize MSPurdue UniversityObjective Antagonism vs Agreeableness is a personality domain commonly uncludedin hierarchal models of maladaptive personality Given its strong ties to interpersonal thou

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1 Antagonism in Daily Life Colin Vize
Antagonism in Daily Life Colin Vize , MS (Purdue University)* Objective: Antagonism (vs. Agreeableness) is a personality domain commonly uncluded in hierarchal models of maladaptive personality. Given its strong ties to interpersonal thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, it is unsurprising that Antagonism - related traits have emerged as the most robust correlates of various antisocial behaviors such as aggression. Nonetheless, much of the work focused on Antagonism is cross - sectional and/or descriptive in nature. Data that provide insights into Antagonism - related processes are needed to better understand how Antagonism may increase the propensity to act in antisocial ways. Method: The current study made use of ecological momentary sampling techniques to explore how Antagonism functions in daily life. Participants (N = 386) completed initial baseline questionnaires and a one - week ambulatory assessment (AA) protocol, which was designed to specifically assess interpersonal interactions. Using multilevel structural equation modeling (MSEM), we explored how CAT - PD - Antagonism related to various interpersonally relevant processes, including perceptions of ot hers and positive and negative affect during interpersonal interactions. Results: Results showed that CAT - PD - Antagonism was related to various interpersonal processes and moderated the relationship between perceptions of others and subsequent affect du ring interpersonal interactions. Facet - level analyses (e.g., CAT - PD - Callousness, CAT - PD - Hostile Aggression) shed further light on the results found for the broader domain. Conclusion: Taken together, the results highlight the importance of using EMA me thods to better understand Antagonism - related processes. Furthermore, our results highlight that the greater specificity offered by facet - level scales can help clarify relations found at the domain level. Learning Objectives At the conclusion of th e presentation, participants will be able to: 1. Discuss measurement invariance in the IPO across race and ethnicity. 2. Recognize possible cultural implications in personality measurement. 3. Identify gaps in the literature on personality and culture. References: 1. Igarashi, H., Kikuchi, H., Kano, R., Mitoma, H., Shono, M., Hasui, C., & Kitamura, T. (2009). The Inventory of Personality Organisation: Its psychometric properties among student and clinical populations in Japan. Annals of General Psychiatry, 8 2. McLean, K. C., Lilgendahl, J. P., Fordham, C., Alpert, E., Marsden, E., Szymanowski , K., & McAdams, D. P. (2018). Identity development in cultural context: The role of deviating from master narratives. Journal of Personality, 86(4), 631 – 651. 3. Preti, E., Prunas, A., De Panfilis, C., Marchesi, C., Madeddu, F., & Clarkin, J.F. (2015). The facets of identity: Personality pathology assessment through the Inventory of Personality Organization. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 6(2), 129 - 140.