Abstract：The present study focused on the difference of interpersonal relationship quality.
Experiment 1 examined the degree of self-disclosure in the network and reality after creating
anonymous situation. Experiment 2 investigated the difference in the evaluation of the quality of
game partners’ personality in the network and reality through Ten-Item Personality Inventory in
China (TIPI-C). Experiment 3 adopted Implicit Association Test paradigm to measure the attitudes
of online activities maintaining interpersonal relationship between different degrees of friendship.
The results showed that: (1)When in anonymity, participants preferred to disclose themselves in
realistic situation. (2)Compared to online activities, participants’ evaluation of their game partners’
personality were more positive in reality, and they had more willingness to make friends.(3)
Participants showed negative attitudes of maintaining interpersonal relationship through online
activities. Notably, the negative attitudes were not influenced by intimate degree. These findings
suggest that the quality of realistic interpersonal relationship is superior to the network.