Some Psychometric Correlates of Behaviour in India and Canada

@article{Carment1976SomePC,
  title={Some Psychometric Correlates of Behaviour in India and Canada},
  author={D. Carment and J. E. Alcock},
  journal={International Journal of Psychology},
  year={1976},
  volume={11},
  pages={57-64}
}
  • D. Carment, J. E. Alcock
  • Published 1976
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Psychology
  • Abstract A number of questionnaires, measuring category-width, risk-taking propensity, tolerance of ambiguity, world-mindedness and authoritarianism, were administered to samples of university students in India and Canada. The results are consistent with previous investigations and indicate that the Indians, as contrasted with the Canadians, prefer narrow categories, choose conservative risks, are less tolerant of ambiguity, are more authoritarian and, if attending a Hindu College, are less… CONTINUE READING
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