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Converging measurement of horizontal and vertical individualism and collectivism
The constructs of horizontal (H) and vertical (V) individualism (I) and collectivism (C) were theoretically defined and empirically supported. Study 1 confirmed, via factor analysis, that the 4…
Horizontal and Vertical Dimensions of Individualism and Collectivism: A Theoretical and Measurement Refinement
In developing a new scale, this article makes theoretical and measurement distinctions between vertical and horizontal individualism and collectivism. Vertical collectivism includes perceiving the…
Differences Between Tight and Loose Cultures: A 33-Nation Study
The differences across cultures in the enforcement of conformity may reflect their specific histories and advances knowledge that can foster cross-cultural understanding in a world of increasing global interdependence and has implications for modeling cultural change.
Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
Evidence from a selection of research topics relevant to pandemics is discussed, including work on navigating threats, social and cultural influences on behaviour, science communication, moral decision-making, leadership, and stress and coping.
Measuring Sexual Harassment: Theoretical and Psychometric Advances
This article describes a program of research designed to yield a conceptually grounded, psychometrically sound instrument for assessing the incidence and prevalence of sexual harassment in the…
Culture, gender, and self: a perspective from individualism-collectivism research.
- Y. Kashima, S. Yamaguchi, U. Kim, S. C. Choi, M. Gelfand, M. Yuki
- SociologyJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 November 1995
A study of self-construal involving 5 cultures shows that differences between these cultures are captured mostly by the extent to which people see themselves as acting as independent agents, whereas gender differences are best summarized by the whether people regard themselves as emotionally related to others.
At What Level (and in Whom) We Trust
Despite the importance of trust across multiple levels in organizations, extant reviews have focused predominantly on trust at the individual level. A systematic review of trust research across…
On the nature and importance of cultural tightness-looseness.
This article expands the dominant paradigm in cross-cultural research by developing a theory of cultural tightness-looseness (the strength of social norms and the degree of sanctioning within societies) and by advancing a multilevel research agenda for future research.
Antecedents and consequences of sexual harassment in organizations: a test of an integrated model.
- L. Fitzgerald, F. Drasgow, C. Hulin, M. Gelfand, V. Magley
- BusinessThe Journal of applied psychology
- 1 August 1997
An empirical test of a recently proposed conceptual model identifying antecedents and consequences of harassment of women employed at a large, regulated utility company found that the model's predictions were generally supported.
The road to forgiveness: a meta-analytic synthesis of its situational and dispositional correlates.
S situational constructs are shown to account for greater variance in forgiveness than victim dispositions, although within-category differences are considerable, and preliminary evidence suggests that methodology may exhibit some moderating effects.