From Culture to Priming Conditions : Self-Construal Influences Life Satisfaction Judgments

@inproceedings{Suh2007FromCT,
  title={From Culture to Priming Conditions : Self-Construal Influences Life Satisfaction Judgments},
  author={Eunkook M. Suh},
  year={2007}
}
Existing cross-cultural research often assumes that the independent versus interdependent self-construal process leads to different cultural behaviors, although few studies directly test this link. Extending from prior cross-cultural findings (Schimmack et al., 2002; Suh et al., 1998), two studies were conducted to explicitly test whether self-construal is linked with the differential use of emotions versus social information in judgments of life satisfaction. Study 1 confirmed the prediction… CONTINUE READING
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