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Individualism and Collectivism: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Self-Ingroup Relationships
The individualism and collectivism constructs are theoretically analyzed and linked to certain hypothesized consequences (social behaviors, health indices). Study 1 explores the meaning of these
The measurement of the etic aspects of individualism and collectivism across cultures
The dimension of individualism-collectivism, as identified by Hofstede (1980), was studied using items developed both theoretically and emically in nine diverse cultures. The dimension was found to
Cross-Cultural Differences in Risk Perception: A Model- Based Approach
The present study was designed to assess cross-cultural differences in the perception of financial risks. Students at large universities in Hong Kong, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and the U.S., as well
Translation Fidelity of Psychological Scales
The increase in cross-national research has led to a need for assessing the translation fidelity of psychological scales. Problems with the translation process, including drawbacks of relying on
Compliance and Value Internalization in Brazil and the U.S.
Brazilian and U.S. student samples responded to measures of behavioral intention, perceived norms, and affect regarding prosocial behaviors. Subjects were randomly assigned to either an anonymous or
The Manager Giveth, the Manager Taketh Away: Variation in Distribution/Recovery Rules Due to Resource Type and Cultural Orientation
Although the resource allocation literature has frequently examined the decision rules used to distribute monetary resources, many other types of resources have not been systematically studied. In
Experts, Novices, and the St. Petersburg paradox: Is one solution enough?
It appears that no one solution yet is enough for the St. Petemburn Paradox for r-oided 'coinr' (where z is any integer grco(er than or equal to 2) arc-presented.
A Method for Determining Cultural, Demographic, and Personal Constructs
A theoretical distinction is made between cultural, demographic, and personal constructs. The utility of the distinction is illustrated. Taking advantage of the shared aspect of culture, a method is
Diachronic Universals in Interpersonal Structures
Factor analyses of frequencies of social interaction in literary material from different historical periods were used to explore the possibility that affiliation, dominance, and intimacy are