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Matsumoto and Ekman's Japanese and Caucasian Facial Expressions of Emotion (JACFEE): Reliability Data and Cross-National Differences
Substantial research has documented the universality of several emotional expressions. However, recent findings have demonstrated cultural differences in level of recognition and ratings of
Culture and Psychology
The results show clear trends in the development of language and communication in Culture and in the treatment of Abnormal Behavior and Culture, which are related to Cognition and Personality.
Mapping Expressive Differences Around the World
Despite the importance of the concept of cultural display rules in explaining cultural differences in emotional expression and despite the fact that it has been more than 30 years since this concept
Culture, emotion regulation, and adjustment.
Differences across 23 countries on 2 processes of emotion regulation--reappraisal and suppression--were reported and cultural dimensions were correlated with country means on both and the relationship between them.
A New Test to Measure Emotion Recognition Ability: Matsumoto and Ekman's Japanese and Caucasian Brief Affect Recognition Test (JACBART)
In this article, we report the development of a new test designed to measure individual differences in emotion recognition ability (ERA), five studies examining the reliability and validity of the
Cultural similarities and differences in display rules
Two decades of cross-cultural research on the emotions have produced a wealth of information concerning cultural similarities and differences in the communication of emotion. Still, gaps in our
Culture and self: An empirical assessment of Markus and Kitayama’s theory of independent and interdependent self‐construals
In this paper, I critically evaluate the logic underlying Markus and Kitayama's (1991) theory of independent and interdependent self-construals, and examine the evidence that directly tests its major
Variations of emotional display rules within and across cultures: A comparison between Canada, USA, and Japan.
This study investigates emotional display rules for seven basic emotions. The main goal was to compare emotional display rules of Canadians, US Americans, and Japanese across as well as within
Ethnic differences in affect intensity, emotion judgments, display rule attitudes, and self-reported emotional expression in an American sample
Research of the past two decades has shown that cultures exert considerable influence over emotion. Most, if not all, of the cross-cultural research reported to date have been on samples obtained in
Cultural Influences on the Perception of Emotion
Previous cross-cultural research on the emotions have operationalized culture by country. This article suggests that the use of stable and meaningful dimensions of cultural variability, such as those