PERSPECTIVES AND PROGRESS IN CONTEMPORARY CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY

Gang Zheng, Kwok Leung, John G. Adair , Editors

Selected Papers from the Seventeenth International Congress
of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology

Online Edition

 

Introduction Editors
1. Presidential Address
Who are We, Where did We Come From and Where are We Going?
Peter Smith
2. Theoretical Perspectives  
2.1 Beyond Indigenization: Asian Psychology’s Contribution to the World of Psychology J. G. Adair
2.2 Morality from a Cultural Psychology Perspective L. H. Eckensberger
2.3 Contextualism versus Positivism in Cross-Cultural Psychology C. Ratner
2.4 Culture as Unfolding Process: Integrating Perspectives in Building A Theory L. N. Praslova
3. Parenting, Socialization and Value of Children  
3.1 Mothers’ Perceptions of Their Own and Their Spouses’ Parenting Styles in Cultures of Origin, Acculturating Cultures, and Cultures of Destination L. R. Cote & M. H. Bornstein
3.2 The Discursive Construction of Selfhood in Chinese and Euro-American Mother-Infant Interaction H. Keller & C. Demuth
3.3 Autonomy Orientation in the Socialization of Estonian Children T. Tulviste
3.4 Parenting and Adolescent Attachment in India and Germany I. Albert, G. Trommsdorff & R. Mishra
3.5. Validation of the Value of Children Measurement for Nine Countries D. Klaus
3.6 Dependence of the Values of Children on Socio-Structural Characteristics: The Case of Israel and Palestine J. Suckow
3.7 Intercultural and Intracultural Differences in the Value of Children: Comparisons between Four Countries and the Urban, Rural, and Floating Populations in China G. Zheng & S. Shi
4. Identity, Attitudes, Inter-Group Relations and Acculturation  
4.1 Ethnocultural Group Identification and Attitudes to Ethnic Outgroups J. Duckitt
4.2 Bilingualism and Intergroup Relationship in Tribal and Non-Tribal Contact Situations A. K. Mohanty & J. Saikia
4.3 Attitudes towards and Perceptions of Entrepreneurs in Central Eastern Europe (Poland, the Czech Republic, and East-Germany) U. Stephan, M. Lukes, D. Dej & P. G. Richter
4.4 Intergenerational Value Similarity in Polish Immigrant Families in Canada in Comparison to Intergenerational Value Similarity in Polish and Canadian Non-Immigrant Families J. Kwast-Welfel, P. Boski & M. Rovers
4.5 More Polish or More British? Identity of the Second Generation of Poles Born in Great Britain E. Lewandowska
4.6 Developing Culturally Responsive Psychological Services for Micronesian International Students in Guam I. K. B. Twaddle, J. K. H. Lee, S. M. Mansfield, G. P. Sablan, & J. C. Mendiola
5. Values, Personality, Emotions, and Cognitive Styles  
5.1 Culture, Personal Autonomy and Individualism: Their Relationships and Implications for Personal Growth and Well-being V. I. Chirkov
5.2 Love in Novels: Preferences for Authentic and Fake Gender Characters among Poles and Americans (At Home and in the Other Country) P. Boski & A. Antosiewicz
5.3 Mexican Personality Types Inventory: Validity and Differences among Groups L. M. Cruz-Martinez & R. Sanchez-Aragon
5.4 Uncertainty Orientation and Emotional Responses to Everyday Life Within and Across Cultures R. M. Sorrentino, Y. Otsubo, S. Yasunaga, S. Kouhara, A. Szeto & J. Nezlek
5.5 Object and Context in Perception and Memory: Polish-Chinese Comparison of Analytic and Holistic Thinking D. Cieslikowska
5.6 Autobiographical Remembering and Cultural Memory in A Socio-Historical Perspective C. Demuth, M. Abels & H. Keller
6. Indigenous Studies: Historical, Psychological and Anthropological  
6.1 Confucianism and Other Scholastic Thoughts in the Spring-Autumn Period and Their Impact on the Chinese Traditional Culture and Values S. Zhao
6.2 Japanese Folk Concept of Mentsu: An Indigenous Approach from Psychological Perspectives C. C. Lin & S. Yamaguchi
6.3 Saora Culture, As-If Discourse and Mathematics Learning M. Panda
6.4 ‘Pudding-Like’ Identity of Our Times. Yage Ritual A. Pankalla