Majalah, Jurnal, Buletin :: Kembali

Majalah, Jurnal, Buletin :: Kembali

Asian journal of social psychology

(Blackwell Publishing Limited - The Japan Group dynamics Association, 2007, [Date of publication not identified] )


In a Journal of Personality and Social Psychology article, Sedikides, Gaertner and Vevea (2005) presented two meta-analyses that include eight papers to investigate the question of whether people from Eastern cultures self-enchance more for traits that they view to be important compared to those that they view as unimportant. The results supported their hypotesis: Self-enchancement appears to be pancultural. However, this conclusion is severely compromised by six relevant papaers that are not included in their meta-analyses. Importantly, all of these six studies contradicted their hyphotesis. When complete meta-analyses are conducted which include all of the relevant papers, a very different pattern of results emerges. Eastern and Western cultures do not differ from each other in the pattern of their self-enchancement of independent and interdependent traits. Furthermore, whereas Westerners self-enchanced significantly more for traits that they viewed to be especially important, East Asians did not. Contrary to the Sedikides et al. (2005) suggestion, the existing evidence suggests substantial cross-cultural variation in self-enchancement, with Westeners being far more self-enchancing than Easterners. Reasons for the conflicting pattern of findings across methods and meta-analyses are discussed.


Jenis Koleksi: Majalah, Jurnal, Buletin
No. Panggil : 150 AJSP
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Penerbitan : Australia: Blackwell Publishing Limited - The Japan Group dynamics Association, 2007, [Date of publication not identified]
Sumber Pengatalogan LibUI eng rda
Tipe Konten text
Tipe Media unmediated
Tipe Carrier volume
Frekuensi Terbit Empat kali setahun
Kepemilikan [150 AJSP 10:1 (2007), 150 AJSP 10:2 (2007), 150 AJSP 10:3 (2007), 150 AJSP 10:4 (2007) ]
Alamat Penerbit The University of Melbourne, Parkville, victoria 3000, Australia
Lembaga Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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No. Panggil No. Barkod Ketersediaan
150 AJSP 04-19-920661636 TERSEDIA
150 AJSP 04-19-701726834 TERSEDIA
150 AJSP 04-19-608116750 TERSEDIA
150 AJSP 04-19-846472477 TERSEDIA
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