Methods for Studying the Virtue of Gratitude Cross-Culturally

  title={Methods for Studying the Virtue of Gratitude Cross-Culturally},
  author={Jonathan R. H. Tudge and Lia Beatriz de Lucca Freitas and L. O’Brien and I. Mokrova},
  journal={Cross-Cultural Research},
  pages={19 - 30}
  • Jonathan R. H. Tudge, Lia Beatriz de Lucca Freitas, +1 author I. Mokrova
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • Cross-Cultural Research
  • Considering gratitude as a virtue, rather than a positive emotion, requires measures different from those more commonly used and which conflate gratitude with appreciation. We here describe those measures, explaining why they are appropriate to the study of gratitude as a virtue. We then discuss how each measure was coded for this special issue, the manner of recruitment of our participants across the seven research sites (Brazil, Guatemala, the United States, Russia, Turkey, China, and South… CONTINUE READING
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