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Emotional Expressions in the United States and Japan

  title={Emotional Expressions in the United States and Japan},
  author={Fumiyo Araki and Richard Wiseman},
The cultural effect on the levels of emotional expression was investigated using Hofstede's (1980) cultural dimension of individualism-collectivism. The study focused on the United States and Japan as individualistic and collectivistic cultures, respectively, and the emotional expression of anger. Two pilot studies were conducted to develop a self-report questionnaire. The questionnaire in the main study consisted of three anger-eliciting scenarios and was completed by 111 Euro-American… 

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