The Influence of Cultural Value Orientations On Self-Reported Emotional Expression Across Cultures

  title={The Influence of Cultural Value Orientations On Self-Reported Emotional Expression Across Cultures},
  author={Sowan Wong and Michael Harris Bond and Patricia M. Rodriguez Mosquera},
  journal={Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology},
  pages={224 - 229}
The present study examined the relationship between Schwartz's cultural value orientations (2004) and self-reported emotional expression across seven emotions in 25 cultural groups using a multilevel random coefficient modeling technique. Two forms of self-reported emotional expression, i.e., non-verbal and verbal expression, were examined. No clear pattern of moderation by cultural value orientations on the relationships among the emotion variables and emotional expression was found. However… Expand

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