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This book reports the findings from extensive cross-cultural studies of the relative importance of different psychological traits in 20 countries and the relative. From the reviews: "This is an important book for transcultural psychiatry. The authors of this book summarize research over a number of years designed to.
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While the work is devoted primarily to professionals and advanced students in the social sciences, the relatively nontechnical style - ployed should make the book comprehensible to anyone with a general grasp of the concepts and strategies ofempirical behavioral science. The project grew out of discussions between the first author and third author while the latter was a graduate student at Wake Forest University, U.
Asweexaminedthe adjectives usedinthisstudy, it was clear that they differed in favorability and also on another dim- sionwhichwe latertermed "psychologicalimportance," i. More important descriptors were those which seemed more informative or diagnostic ofwhat a person "wasreally like"and, hence, might be ofgreater significance in und- standing and predicting an individual's behavior. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published October 31st by Springer first published January 1st More Details Original Title.
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