David M. Kuhlman

Department of Psychology University of Delaware, Newark, DE, United States 
Industrial Psychology
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Karagonlar G, Kuhlman DM. (2013) The role of Social Value Orientation in response to an unfair offer in the Ultimatum Game Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 120: 228-239
Joireman J, Kuhlman DM. (2004) The Zuckerman-Kuhlman Personality Questionnaire: Origin, Development, and Validity of a Measure to Assess an Alternative Five-Factor Model of Personality On the Psychobiology of Personality: Essays in Honor of Marvin Zuckerman. 49-64
Joireman JA, Kuhlman DM, Van Lange PAM, et al. (2003) Perceived rationality, morality, and power of social choice as a function of interdependence structure and social value orientation European Journal of Social Psychology. 33: 413-437
Zuckerman M, Kuhlman DM. (2000) Personality and risk-taking: common biosocial factors. Journal of Personality. 68: 999-1029
Matsushima R, Shiomi K, Kuhlman DM. (2000) Shyness in self-disclosure mediated by social skill. Psychological Reports. 86: 333-8
Zuckerman M, Joireman J, Kraft M, et al. (1999) Where do motivational and emotional traits fit within three factor models of personality? Personality and Individual Differences. 26: 487-504
Joireman JA, Van Lange PAM, Kuhlman DM, et al. (1997) An interdependence analysis of commuting decisions European Journal of Social Psychology. 27: 441-463
Yamaguchi S, Sugimori S, Kuhlman DM. (1995) Personality correlates of allocentric tendencies in individualist and collectivist cultures Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 26: 658-672
Van Lange PAM, Kuhlman DM. (1994) Social Value Orientations and Impressions of Partner's Honesty and Intelligence: A Test of the Might Versus Morality Effect Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 67: 126-141
Zuckerman M, Kuhlman DM, Joireman J, et al. (1993) A Comparison of Three Structural Models for Personality: The Big Three, the Big Five, and the Alternative Five Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 65: 757-768
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