Monthly Archives: April 2016

More social value orientation matters. The SVO slider measure

The Social Orientation Value (SVO) is a measurement of someone’s “social preferences”. Literally, it is meant to measure the extent to which you care about what others get. Often, It is measured through the “RING measure” (this involves 24 preference elicitations, see Liebrand 1984 or the details at the SVO page), or through a series […]

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