3 edition of The field-dependence hypothesis in cross-cultural perspective found in the catalog.
The field-dependence hypothesis in cross-cultural perspective
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cross-cultural investigations of kohlberg's model reveal that 12 conventional moral reasoning is found among at least some adults in every society that has been investigated according to the textbook, which of the following is a challenge that faces the evolutionist perspective of cultural diversity Cross-cultural research has shown differences in the way people understand other people's behaviors, how they understand and tolerate contradiction, and how they problem solve.
Explain what accounts for these variations in the three aforementioned areas and how these differences may be related to the intellectual traditions of different. A cross‐cultural test of the personality integration hypothesis1 Article in Journal of Personality 48(3) - April with 3 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Just as the span of cross-cultural investigation has broadened, so has the cross-national collaboration involved in the production of this book. As a team of three, we have benefited from the diversity of our perspectives, and been stimulated to bring together aspects.
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Psychological differentiation in cross-cultural perspective. Journal Cross-Cultural differentiation. Psychology,6, 4 - Cited by: Field dependence and independence can be important in understanding students because the styles affect students’ behaviors and preferences in school and classrooms.
Field dependent persons tend to work better in groups, it seems, and to prefer “open-ended” fields of study like literature and history. Two of these, intraunit distinctiveness (ID) and extraunit connectedness (EC), have been of main interest in research on cognition in a cross-cultural perspective.
For example, ID involves the breaking apart of cognitive information (such as in disembedding a small figure hidden in a larger context, or analyzing features of a complex pattern).Cited by: 2. Some writers assume, and others deny, that all human beings distinguish emotions from non-emotions and divide the emotions into happiness, anger, fear, and so on.
A review of ethnographic and cross-cultural studies on emotion lexicons, the emotions inferred from facial expressions, and dimensions implicit in comparative judgments of emotions indicated both similarities and differences in how Cited by: Davis, C.
& Carlson, J. () A cross-cultural study of the strength of Müller–Lyer illusion as a function of attentional factors. Journal of Personality and.
The role of culture theory in cross‐cultural training. A multimethod study of culture specific, culture general, and culture theory‐based assimilators. Journal of Cross‐Cultural Psychology, 29, – Jerome Kagan (born Febru ) is an American psychologist, and Daniel and Amy Starch Research Professor of Psychology, Emeritus at Harvard University, and co-faculty at the New England Complex Systems Institute.
He is one of the key pioneers of developmental psychology. Kagan has shown that an infant's "temperament" is quite stable over time, in that certain behaviors in infancy are Alma mater: Rutgers University, Harvard University, Yale. Long, M. () Focus on form: A design feature in language teaching methodology.
In K. de Bot, R. Ginsberg, and C. Kramsch (eds.), Foreign language research in cross-cultural perspective. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Long, M. () The role of the linguistic environment in.
Cultures of every size differ on a number of dimensions. One distinction that has been extremely valuable in cross-cultural research is the contrast between individualist cultures and collectivist cultures (see Triandis, ).
Individualists place emphasis on individual achievements and goals; they value autonomy and disvalue dependency on others.
Second Language Acquisition - The Book. From a psycholinguistic perspective, it is very difficult to indicate how registers of a single language can be distinguished from different languages in an individual. In some definitions of second language acquisition, the acquisition needs also to take place in a non-instructed setting.
Foreign. Full text of "ERIC ED Cross-Cultural Child Development: A View from the Planet Earth." See other formats. Timothy Church and Walter J.
Lonner, The Cross-Cultural Perspective in the Study of Personality, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 29, 1, (32), (). Crossref Kecia M. Thomas, Layli D. Phillips and Stephanie Brown, Redefining Race in the Workplace: Insights from Ethnic Identity Theory, Journal of Black Psychology, 24, 1, (76 Cited by: Reports began to appear on the general inadequacy of pictorial materials as universal and culture-independent instruments of communication and the cross-cultural picture work was begun.
The aim of the work is to identify groups failing to perceive in the previously expected manner and to isolate the causes of that failure, e. g., absence of Cited by: Cambridge Core - Personality Psychology and Individual Differences - The Psychology of Risk - by Glynis M.
BreakwellCited by: Accordingly, a substantial cross-cultural difference appeared at age Similarly, Ji examined when children demonstrate cross-cultural differences on the perception of change.
She asked 7- to year-old Chinese and Canadian children to predict future performances and relationships (e.g., whether good friends continue to be good friends or Cited by: Human behavior plays a central role in the maintenance of health, and the prevention of disease.
With an eye to lowering the substantial morbidity and mortality associated with health-related behavior, health professionals have turned to models of behavior change to guide the development of strategies that foster self-protective action, reduce behaviors that increase health risk, and.
scribes examples of interventions at the principal levels of the ecologic perspective, as described in Table 1–1 (individual, family, social network, organization, community, society). Note that those “levels” can describe either mechanisms that affect health status and disease etiology functioning at that level or the level at which a particular intervention is delivered.
Keeping others in Mind. The Very Social Cognition of Asian Managers Cultural variations in field dependence-independence. In S. Wapner and J. Demick (eds.), Field Dependence-independence: Cognitive Style Across the Life Span H.A. and Berry, J. Psychological differentiation in cross-cultural perspective.
Journal of Cross-Cultural Cited by: 2. Free flashcards to help memorize facts about Intercultural Comm. Other activities to help include hangman, crossword, word scramble, games, matching, quizes, and tests. Learnability hypothesis, as Richards and Schmidt () put it, is the idea proposed by Manfred Pienemann (), which states that a second or a foreign language learners’ acquisition of linguistic structures is dependent on how complex these structures are from a psychological processing perspective, “defined as the extent to which.
People in different cultures have strikingly different construals of the self, of others, and of the interdependence of the 2.
These construals can influence, and in many cases determine, the very nature of individual experience, including cognition, emotion, and motivation. Many Asian cultures have distinct conceptions of individuality that insist on the fundamental relatedness of individuals Cited by: Full text of "ERIC ED ACRES Cross-Cultural Bibliography for Rural Special other formats DOCUMENT RESUME ED RC AUTHOR TITLE INSTITUTION PUB DATE NOTE PUB TYPE Reetz, Linda, Comp»; Cerny, Mary, Comp.
ACRES Cross-Cultural Bibliography for Rural Special Educators* American Council on Rural Special Education ♦ Feb 88 44p- Reference. On the Internet This is the website for the National Association of Bilingual Educators, which represents both English Language Learners and their teachers.
The website offers a variety of information, free of charge, about all aspects of bilingual education, including introductory summaries of the field, position papers released to the government and the press, and research. THIS BOOK I S ORGANIZED The chapters in this book address three principal themes: students, teaching, and learning (see the Concept Map).
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Normally, the structural frame generally has the strongest usage (LittlePhillips, ) while the Political frame is used least (Bista & Glasman, ). Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF.
Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Machiavellianism, impulsivity, field dependence-independence, and performance on the Prisoners' Dilemma game: Dissertation Abstracts International.
Talley, M. Effects of asymmetry of payoff and asymmetry of information in a Prisoner's Dilemma game: Dissertation Abstracts International. form at the back of the book. Photographs included in the original manuscript have been reproduced xerographically in this copy.
Higher quality 6” x 9” black and white photographic prints are available for any photographs or illustrations appearing in this copy for an additional charge. Contact UMI directly to Author: James Paul Smith. This study investigated the relations between Working Memory (WM), field-dependence/ independence (FDI), and development in adolescence.
Two measures of WM (the Figural Intersections Test and The Compound Stimuli Visual Information Task) and two measures of FDI (The Water-Level Task and The Find A Shape Puzzle) were administered to (). Cross-cultural pragmatic failure.
Applied Linguistics, 4, Ranney, Susan. Learning a new script: An exploration of sociolinguistic competence. Applied Linguistics, 13 (1), Kitao, Kenji. A Rules Perspective on Differences between Politeness Strategies used in Requests by Americans and Japanese.
Results of research conducted in India on perceptual, cognitive, and psychomotor skills are selectively reviewed and assessed. An emphasis is given to research conducted by Indian psychologists and Cited by: 7. Implications of such a conceptual blend for cross-cultural management and future research directions conclude the article.
Hypothesis of work behavior revisited and an extension. Three gunas and cognitive characteristics: a study of field dependence Author: V Venkatanagarajan, TJ Kamalanabhan. Some recent cross-cultural research corroborates this hypothesis: whereas North Americans were more self-critical and were less likely to cheat on a test when a mirror was present compared to when it was absent, the presence of a mirror had no effect on Japanese for either dependent variable (Heine, Takemoto, Moskalenko, Lasaleta, & Henrich, ).
New ideas . These topics need review and revision. Some may be ready to go, otherwise need work. Consider for essay topics. Essay topics. Consensus: What is consensus and what theories/research can understand how consensus in group decision making can be achieved?; Cultural distance and adaptation: Cultural distance refers to the degree of difference between cultures.
The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness brings together the latest multi-disciplinary research on mindfulness from a group of international scholars, in a comprehensive 2-volume set.
Examines the origins and key theories of the two dominant Western approaches to mindfulness; Compares, contrasts, and integrates insights from the social psychological and Eastern-derived perspectives.This study examined the issues of culture, measurement and development involved in field-dependent-independent cognitive style research with Native Indian and Non-Indian students.
Two cultural groups were tested, and each group consisted of 75 students from ages 8 to One of the cultural groups was composed of Tsimshian Indians living in villages outside of Prince Rupert, and the other was Author: Debra Kaye Cullinane.
The hypothesis posed within this research builds upon the generalized and individualized foundations of those documentations by considering the work of experts in the field of cultural psychology. It also analyzes learner differences on the geographic scale (with a specific focus on Asia, Europe and North America) as they relate to various.