Cross-observer agreement and self-concept consistency across cultures: Integrating trait and cultural psychology perspectives

Abstract

The Social Relations Model was used to compare cross-observer agreement and self-concept consistency in trait judgments in the United States, Mexico, Venezuela, and China. Target participants recruited friends and family members who comprised separate friend and family round-robin groups. Consistent with trait perspectives, in all cultures, (a) consensus… (More)

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@inproceedings{Katigbak2016CrossobserverAA, title={Cross-observer agreement and self-concept consistency across cultures: Integrating trait and cultural psychology perspectives}, author={Marcia S. Katigbak and Timothy Church and Juan Miguel {\'A}lvarez and Congcong Wang and Jos{\'e} de Jes{\'u}s Vargas-Flores and Joselina Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez-Reyes and Rina Mazuera Arias and Brigida Carolina Rincon and Lei Wang and Fernando A. Ortiz}, year={2016} }