Development of systematic research on situations has been hampered by a lack of conceptual clarity and inconsistent measurement. Rauthmann et al. propose an impressive and coherent organizing framework for studying situations that has the potential to remedy these deficits and provide a strong foundation for future research. We offer a number of suggestions for expanding upon this framework. Although our suggestions are likely to add complexity to the discussion, we believe that the inherent richness of situation research warrants such nuance.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Psychology