Culture , method , and the content of self-concepts : Testing trait , individual – self-primacy , and cultural psychology perspectives q

@inproceedings{Prado2016CultureM,
  title={Culture , method , and the content of self-concepts : Testing trait , individual – self-primacy , and cultural psychology perspectives q},
  author={Alicia M. del Prado and Amber Church and Marcia S. Katigbak and Lilia G. Miramontes and Monica T. Whitty and Guy J. Curtis and Jos{\'e} de Jes{\'u}s Vargas-Flores and Joselina Ib{\'a}{\~n}ez-Reyes and Fernando A. Ortiz and Jose Alberto S. Reyes},
  year={2016}
}
Three theoretical perspectives on cultural universals and differences in the content of self-concepts were tested in individualistic (United States, n = 178; Australia, n = 112) and collectivistic (Mexico, n = 157; Philippines, n = 138) cultures, using three methods of self-concept assessment. Support was found for both trait perspectives and the individual… CONTINUE READING