Self-Monitoring, Locus of Control, and Social Encounters of Chinese and New Zealand Students

@inproceedings{Hamid1994SelfMonitoringLO,
  title={Self-Monitoring, Locus of Control, and Social Encounters of Chinese and New Zealand Students},
  author={P. Nicholas Hamid},
  year={1994}
}
Characteristics of daily encounters were studied as a function of self-monitoring and locus of control in Chinese and European students. Complementary predictions based on both the individualistic versus collectivistic cultural distinction and self-monitoring theory were supported by the results. The Chinese sample showed higher self-monitoring scores, were more external in their locus of control, made fewer daily contacts that were more task oriented, and involved higher levels of self… CONTINUE READING

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