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by Robert C. Satterwhite,José L. Saiz,John E. Williams

Author: Robert C. Satterwhite,José L. Saiz,John E. Williams
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2002 edition (October 31, 1998)
Pages: 193 pages
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A Cross-Cultural Study Psychological Importance, the Five Factor Model, and Transactional . The Relative Favorability of Psychological Traits a 10-Country Study.

A Cross-Cultural Study. Psychological Importance, the Five Factor Model, and Transactional Analysis Theory.

One noteworthy chapter summarizes findings from previous cross-cultural studies evaluating gender and age stereotypes and self concepts. Series: The Springer Series in Social Clinical Psychology. A unique feature is the extensive set of appendices, of which two let readers test hypotheses of their own devising and provide the individual item values for the Five-Factor Model scoring system. Categories: Psychology. Pages: 208. ISBN 10: 1441932984. ISBN 13: 9781441932983.

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by John E. Saiz(Author) & 0 more. WORCHEL AND COOPER (1983, p. 180) This book reports the findings from extensive cross-cultural studies of the relative importance ofdifferent psychological traits in 20 countries and the relative favorability of these traits in a subset of 10 countries.

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Satterwhite, 2000, 0-306-45889-6). Article · January 2000 with 2 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The question was examined as to whether scores at the individual level and scores at the country level on the four scales of the Eysenck Personality Questionnaire (EPQ) have the same psychological meaning. Using data of 24 countries, it was found that the EPQ has different factorial structures at both levels.

Saiz, José L. Uniform Title: Plenum series in social/clinical psychology. C) 2017-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners. Rubrics: Personality and culture Cross-cultural studies Ethnopsychology. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Satterwhite, Robert C. Saiz, Jose L. Format: Book. The Plenum series in social/clinical psychology. Subjects: Personality and culture Cross-cultural studies. Published: New York : Plenum Press, c1998. Series: The Plenum series in social/clinical psychology. Ethnopsychology Cross-cultural studies.

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The Importance of Psychological Traits: A Cross-Cultural Study. In testing possible cultural effects of the use of the self as an habitual reference point to which others are compared, we expected that: (a) individualistic participants (. those who giv. More). A Case for Homogeneity of Personality at the Occupational Level.

1 Introduction to cross-cultural psychology What is cross-cultural psychology? . 4 Personality Traits across cultures Self in social context Conceptions of the person Altered states of consciousness Conclusions Key terms Further reading.

1 Introduction to cross-cultural psychology What is cross-cultural psychology? Goals of cross-cultural psychology Relationships with other disciplines Ethnocentrism in psychology A general framework for cross-cultural psychology Conclusions Key terms Further reading. 5 Cognition General intelligence Genetic epistemology Cognitive styles Contextualized cognition Conclusions Key terms Further reading.

This valuable text presents an exhaustive examination of the relative importance and favorability assigned to different psychological characteristics in a variety of cultural settings. Importance ratings in a worldwide sample of twenty countries, and the relative favorability of these traits in a subset of ten, are calculated in terms of the Five-Factor Model of personality and other scoring systems. One noteworthy chapter summarizes findings from previous cross-cultural studies evaluating gender and age stereotypes and self concepts. A unique feature is the extensive set of appendices, of which two let readers test hypotheses of their own devising and provide the individual item values for the Five-Factor Model scoring system.