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The motive to attain a distinctive identity is sometimes thought to be stronger in, or even specific to, those socialized into individualistic cultures. Using data from 4,751 participants in 21 cultural groups (18 nations and 3 regions), we tested this prediction against our alternative view that culture would moderate the ways in which people achieve(More)
Several theories propose that self-esteem, or positive self-regard, results from fulfilling the value priorities of one's surrounding culture. Yet, surprisingly little evidence exists for this assertion, and theories differ about whether individuals must personally endorse the value priorities involved. We compared the influence of four bases for(More)
Variations in acquiescence and extremity pose substantial threats to the validity of cross-cultural research that relies on survey methods. Individual and cultural correlates of response styles when using 2 contrasting types of response mode were investigated, drawing on data from 55 cultural groups across 33 nations. Using 7 dimensions of self-other(More)
In this paper, we build upon the results presented in the companion paper " Preview and Feedforward in Model Predictive Control: Conceptual and Design Issues " , where we have outlined a novel MPC strategy (PF-MPC) which implements feedforward and preview action. In this paper we embellish the core algorithm so as to provide a certificate of robust(More)
Model Predictive Control has been, and continues to be, one of the major success stories of advanced control in industry. This is a result of several factors including its ability to deal with constraints. Early implementations were concentrated in the process industries. These implementations were characterised by several distinctive features including(More)