What IDI Measures

May 8, 2015 by administrator

The IDI measures three dimensions of an individual’s interpersonal behavior

The IDI measures and describes three dimensions of an individual’s interpersonal behavior.

The first dimension, ”directiveness”, is assessed on a scale from ‘seldom’  to ‘often’ and is a measure of the degree to which an individual is perceived as striving to influence or have control over others.

The second dimension, ”affiliation”, is also assessed on a seldom-often scale and is a measure of the degree to which an individual is perceived as attempting to form close personal relationships with others.

The third dimension is ‘adaptability’ which shows how a person adapts their behaviour to others and how they adapt to others in different situations.

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