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Quod Erat Demonstrandum: From Herodotus’ ethnographic journeys to cross-cultural research

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Quod Erat Demonstrandum: From Herodotus’ ethnographic journeys to cross-cultural research

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A peer-reviewed book based on presentations at the XVIII Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 2006.

Publication Date

2009

Disciplines

Psychology

Table of Contents

Aikaterini Gari and Kostas Mylonas Introduction and Overview

PRESIDENTIAL SPEECH

Shalom H. Schwartz Causes of Culture: National Differences in Cultural Embeddedness

WALTER J. LONNER DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES INAUGURAL SPEECH

Gustav Jahoda Reflections on Two of Our Early Ancestors

KEYNOTE SPEECH

Heidi Keller Cultures of Infancy. The Foundation of Developmental Pathways

John Adamopoulos From Homer to the 21st Century: Charting the Emergence of the Structure of Interpersonal Meaning

IACCP: PAST, PRESENT, AND ‘ELECTRONIC FUTURE’

Rolando Diaz-Loving and Ignacio Lozano Rogelio Díaz‑Guerrero: A Legacy of Psychological Creation and Research

John W. Berry and Walt Lonner The IACCP Archives Project

John G. Adair, Yoshi Kashima, Maria Regina Maluf, and Janak Pandey Beyond Indigenization: International Dissemination of Research by Majority-World Psychologists

William K. Gabrenya Jr., Nathalie van Meurs, and Ronald Fischer YouTube, the Internet and IACCP: Opportunities and Challenges for Cross-Cultural Psychology

COGNITIVE PROCESSES

Verónica Benet-Martínez and Fiona Lee Exploring the Consequences of Biculturalism: Cognitive Complexity

Annamária Lammel and Eduardo Márquez Comparative Study on Concept Construction for Violence, Intelligence and Religion in Early Adolescence in the Parisian Suburbs

Sylvie Chokron, Seta Kazandjian, and Maria De Agostini Effects of Reading Direction on Visuospatial Organization: A Critical Review

Pierre R. Dasen, Nilima Changkakoti, Milena Abbiati, Shanta Niraula, Ramesh C. Mishra, and Harold Foy Geocentric Gestures as a Research Tool

Olivier Le Guen Geocentric Gestural Deixis among Yucatec Maya (Quintana Roo, México)

METHODOLOGY, STATISTICS, AND PSYCHOMETRICS

Ronald Fischer, Johnny R. J. Fontaine, Fons J. R. van de Vijver, and Dianne A. van Hemert An Examination of Acquiescent Response Styles in Cross-Cultural Research

Tobias K. Van Dijk, Femke Datema, Stephanie C. M. Welten, and Fons J. R. Van de Vijver Acquiescence and Extremity in Cross‐‑National Surveys: Domain Dependence and Country-Level Correlates

Kostas Mylonas Reducing Bias in Cross-Cultural Factor Analysis through a Statistical Technique for Metric Adjustment: Factor Solutions for Quintets and Quartets of Countries

Amina Abubakar, Fons J. R. van de Vijver, Anneloes van Baar, Patricia Kitsao-Wekulo, and Penny Holding Enhancing Psychological Assessment in Sub-Saharan Africa through Participant Consultation

Wenshu Luo and David Watkins Relating Self-Complexity to Coping and Adaptation with Chinese College Students: A New Measurement Perspective

Sipko E. Huismans and Wijbrandt H. van Schuur Taking Advantage of the Circular Structure of Human Values

Roger B. Sages and Jonas Lundsten Meaning Constitution Analysis: A Phenomenological Approach to Research in Human Sciences

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: ATTITUDES, VALUES, AND SOCIAL AXIOMS

Tejinder K. Billing, Billing S. Bhagat, Annamária Lammel, and Karen Moustafa Leonard Temporal Orientation and its Relationships with Organizationally Valued Outcomes: Results from a 14 Country Investigation

Isabelle Albert, Gisela Trommsdorff, and Lieke Wisnubrata Intergenerational Transmission of Values in Different Cultural Contexts: A Study in Germany and Indonesia

Aikaterini Gari, Kostas Mylonas, and Penny Panagiotopoulou Dimensions of Social Axioms and Alternative Country-Clustering Methods

Alice Ramos and Jorge Vala Predicting Opposition towards Immigration: Economic Resources, Social Resources and Moral Principles

Félix Neto Are Attitudes of Young Portuguese towards Immigration also Hardening? A Comparison between 1999 and 2006

ACCULTURATION RESEARCH & IDENTITY

Acculturation Research: Proxies as Sources of Concept Obfuscation

Velichko Valchev and Fons J. R. van de Vijver National and European Identities of Bulgarian and Dutch Students

Rashmi Singla South Asians in Scandinavia: Diasporic Identity Processes

Ulrich Kühnen Culture, Self‑construal and Social Cognition: Evidence from Cross-Cultural and Priming Studies

Howard B. Kaplan, Rachel E. Kaplan, and Diane S. Kaplan Subcultural Influences on Self-attitudes: The Expression of Low Self-esteem in Race/ethnicity-, Age-, Gender-, Social class-, and Generation-differentiated Subgroups

Andrew C. H. Szeto, Richard M. Sorrentino, Satoru Yasunaga, and John Nezlek Uncertainty Orientation: A Theory of Self-Regulation Within and Across Cultures as Related to Cognition

Claudia López Becerra, Isabel Reyes Lagunes, and Sofia Rivera Aragón Strategies of Friendship Maintenance in Mexico: Gender Differences

Zuzanna Wisniewska and Pawel Boski Cultural Conception of Friendship: What do Ecuadorians and Poles Expect from a Friend?

CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY: RESEARCH, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION

Gregory T. Smith, Nichea S. Spillane, and Agnes M. Stairs An Emerging Integration of Universal and Culturally Specific Psychologies and its Implications for the Study of Psychopathology

Richard N. Roberts Early Childhood Services and Supports in the Context of Cultural Community Psychology

Eric S. Mankowski, Gino Galvez, and Nancy Glass Research and Action on Intimate Partner Violence: Interdisciplinary Convergence of Cultural Community Psychology and Cross-Cultural Psychology

Vassos Gavrie Developing Social Policy in a Multi-Cultural Setting: the Role of Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology

Penny Panagiotopoulou, Aikaterini Gari, and Sophia Christakopoulou Dimensions of Well-Being: A Cross-Cultural Study in European Neighborhoods

Genevieve F. Nelson, Jasmine Green, Dennis M. McInerney, Martin Dowson, and Andrew C. Schauble Education in Cross-Cultural Settings: Psychological Underpinnings of Achievement in Papua New Guinea

Thomas Demaria and Minna Barrett Innovative Disaster Counseling Approaches with Children and Youth

Quod Erat Demonstrandum: From Herodotus’ ethnographic journeys to cross-cultural research

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