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Section 1. CCAP Sample Construction

Section 2. Question Wording and Variable Coding

A. CCAP (December 2007--November 2008)

B. Follow-up Survey (February 2011)

Section 3. More on the Five-Factor Model and Our Use of the TIPI to Measure the Big Five

A. More on the Five-Factor Model (FFM)

B. Trade-offs to Consider When Choosing a Personality Battery

Section 4. Discussion of Results from Follow-up Survey

Section 5. Discussion of Differences in Results between Family and Nonfamily Networks

Section 6. Additional References

Section 7. Supplementary Tables and Figures

Table A-Summary Statistics for Discussion Networks Battery

Table B-Correlations between Big Five Measures

Table C-Big Five Personality Traits and Frequency of Discussion (Specification 2), nonpolitical topics

Table D-Moderating Effect of Big Five on Relationship between Agreement and Frequency of Political Discussion (Specification 3), not using relative agreement

Table E-Replication of Table 3 (Specification 3')

Table F-Avoid Sensitive Topics?

Table G-Disagreement Experiment: Effect of Disagreement on Recommended Discussion Topics

Table H-Replication of Table 1b: Agreement on Issue and Frequency of Discussion (Specific Frequency Response Categories)

Table I-Replication of Table 1b: Agreement on Issue and Frequency of Discussion (Vague Frequency Response Categories)

Table J-Family Network: Predicting Agreement with the Big Five

Table K-Nonfamily Network: Predicting Agreement with the Big Five

Figure A-Mean Frequency of Discussion across Topics

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