Concepts of human differences: a comparison of American, Japanese, and Chinese children and adolescents.

Abstract

Concepts of human differences were studied among 5th and 11th graders in the United States (n = 175), Japan (n = 256), and the People's Republic of China (n = 160). Relative to their peers in the other 2 cultures, more American students noted differences in appearance and attractiveness and material resources; more Japanese students noted various physical… (More)

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@article{Crystal1998ConceptsOH, title={Concepts of human differences: a comparison of American, Japanese, and Chinese children and adolescents.}, author={Dr. Stephen Crystal and Hiroki Watanabe and Kevin P. Weinfurt and C. Wu}, journal={Developmental psychology}, year={1998}, volume={34 4}, pages={714-22} }