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Culture and Behaviour
Cross-Cultural Research: Mccrae and Costa's Five Factor Model
What is cross-cultural research?

Five Factor Model:
-neuroticism, extraversion, openness to experience, agreeableness, and conscientiousness

Fun Fact:
Chinese culture-
interpersonal relatedness
Spanish Culture-
Positive and negative valence

-Are these traits universal?
Five Factor Model Results

Out of 50 culture groups studied...
Only 6 of them did not replicate the five factors

-Botswana
-Ethiopia
-Lebanon
-Malaysia
-Puerto Rico
-Uganda
Cross-Cultural Differences in Mean FFM Scores
Openness to experience:
-Austrians score high
Conscientiousness:
-Japanese score relatively low
Extraversion:
-European Americans > East Asians and Africans
-Norwegians score relatively high
Agreeableness:
-Malaysians score high
Neuroticism:
Spanish score high


Geert Hofstede
“Culture is the collective programming of the mind distinguishing the members of one group or category of people from others”
Professor Hofstede is a dutch social psychologist, he is known for his extensive work on cross cultural psychology.


Hofstede's 5 Cultural Dimensions
Power Distance
- The extent in which the unequality of power is accepted among a society
High PD - hierarchical society
Low PD - society views themselves as equal
Uncertainty Avoidance
- Society's tolerance for uncertainty and ambiguity. The extent in which a culture has been brought up to feel either uncomfortable or comfortable with unstructured situations
High UA - "there can only be one truth and we have it"
Low UA - More tolerant of opinions
Cultural Dimensions Continued...
Individualism vs. Collectivism
- Looking out for yourself and your immediate family versus being brought up in groups and protecting extended family in exchange for loyalty.
Masculinity vs. Femininity
- Refers to the extent a society sticks to the emotional gender roles


References
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Apa.org

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APA handbook of multicultural psychology, Vol. 1: Theory and research
. (pp. 285-298). http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/14189-015

Dimensions of National Cultures. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.geerthofstede.nl/dimensions-of-national-cultures


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Culture and Personality Research
Social Axioms: Five Pancultural Beliefs

-social cynicism
-social complexity
-reward for application
-religiosity
-fate control

Universal structure of beliefs impact behaviour

Can research done in North America
be applied to other cultures?
Correlation of anger & ill health
- Anger in the armed forces

- 9885 service person

- Self-administered questionnaire

- "Anger is a frequent component of mental disorders"
- The beliefs, customs, arts, etc.,
of a particular society, group, place,
or time
Culture
Kwok Leung
Michael H. Bond
Long term oriented societies tend to have virtues aimed towards future rewards. Ex/ Saving, persistence etc.
Short-term oriented societies encourage values related to past and present such as national pride and respect for tradition.
Time Orientation
The 6th Dimension
Added later on in a book called A Sixth Dimension
Indulgence vs. Restraint
- Whether society is open to gratification of needs or represses it by strict social norms
Gap between men and women's values
Behaviour
What is behaviour?
Behaviorists
Cultural Diversity
Milton Bennett Scale
Also known as the DMIS, developmental model of intercultural sensitivity which describes the way people can react to cultural differences
First three stages (ethnocentric)
Denial of difference- belief that their culture is "better"
Defense against difference- belief that their culture should be the only one in existence
Minimization of difference-Individuals recognize other cultures but still believe their culture is superior
Last Three (ethno-relative)

Acceptance of difference- Individuals start to recognize that their culture is equal
Adaptation to difference-Individuals recognize and start to understand different cultures
Integration of difference- The individuals experience is expanded and involves the understanding of culture and realizes the world around them
What is Cultural Diversity?
The existence of a variety of cultural or ethnic groups within a society
Burrhus Frederic Skinner
John B Watson
Lev Vygotsky
Overt vs Covert Behaviour
Covert and Overt Behaviour
Saul Sych, Jessica Barker, Elizabeth Martinson, Stephanie Myles and Tado Thorburn
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