Cross Cultural Psychology

Racial-Cultural Events in Group Counseling

Aziza Platt - Fordham University, USA.

Time to complete - 90 minutes.
Aug
3
2016

Dissertation research on experiences of people of color (18+) who have participated in therapist-led counseling groups where conversations, interactions, events, etc. occurred that were related to race/culture (these occurrences can be spoken, unspoken, positive, negative, neutral, etc.). Interviews are via phone or videochat.

A Cross cultural Study: Investigation of the relationship between the Body Dissatisfaction and Self-esteem of University Males: UK and Chinese

Xin Du - Heriot-Watt University, UK.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jun
27
2016

In this study, you will be asked to filling one anonymous personal information sheet and two scales: The Body Parts Satisfaction Scale for Men and The Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale.

Volunteers are required if you are: Male and aged between 18 – 30 years. Chinese or British nationality (Chinese males should be living in UK for at least one year).

A Cross-cultural Study of the Perception of Fairness in the Selection Process

Marianne Fousse - University of Limerick, Ireland.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
May
2
2016

This study is a cross cultural study, comparing the perception of fairness of French and Irish college students. The idea is to study the differences and similarities in their reactions to different selection methods in order to assess if this methods could be used abroad.

Cross Cultural Clinical Judgment Bias in Antisocial Personality Disorder Diagnosis

Stephanie Pogan, M.A. - University of Hartford, USA.

Time to complete - 20 minutes.
Jul
22
2015

The purpose of the proposed study is to examine whether there is a difference in clinical judgment between mental health professionals in their diagnosis of minorities with antisocial personality disorder.

Ethnic and Acculturative Factors Affecting Academic Stress and Academic Expectations

Robert Santiago - Eastern Connecticut State University, USA.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Jan
23
2015

This study looks at how ethnicity and acculturation affect academic stress and expectations. To participate, you must: be between 18 and 25 years old, be enrolled in a 2/4-year college/university, have at least one grandparent who was born outside the US, and be of either minority or non-Caucasian background.

Human Values Survey

Shadi Kheirandish - Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands.

Time to complete - 15 minutes.
Oct
20
2014

Related to my research on values-based design, I am conducting an online survey for finding similarities and differences of human values all over the world. For this, a variety of participants with different cultural backgrounds are needed. So you would help me very much if you could do this survey by yourself and then send it to your friends and colleagues, especially in another country/culture.

International Trust Study

Heike Wimmer - Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt,
Jan
26
2014

I am completing my PhD and would like to include a sample of Germans, Americans and Indians who studied business or do their MBA in my study. I will provide a copy of my results with an interesting cross cultural comparison in the area of trust and cultural values.

Object Handover Gestures Recognition Experiment

Dr. Ansgar Koene and Prof. Alan M. Wing - University of Birmingham, UK.

Time to complete - 60 minutes.
May
10
2013

Video clips of arm and hand gestures are shown related to the request by one person to handover an object to/from another person. After each video clip you will be asked to rate how much you agree with each of 6 statements about the meaning of the gesture.

Acculturation and Eating Attitudes

Liz Grandelis, MS, LPC - Carlow University, USA.

Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Sep
24
2012

The purpose of the study is to look at level of acculturation of individuals born outside of the United States and assess eating attitudes and behaviors.

Tips to Improve Health-care Professionals’ Happiness & Performance at Work!

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Jun
10
2011

Do you work with patients? Do you want to be happier AND more productive at work? If you answered “yes” then you are one step ahead of the game! By filling-out a quick- 1-time online survey (based in positive psychology) you will be given tips and suggestions that will provide you with information about how you and other health-care professionals can increase their work motivation, use the best decision-making strategies for the context, and how to make your/their job more meaningful and significant with job crafting tips- all while improving your performance! This research explores best practices among health-care professionals from around the world and is through the IMPROV research project at the Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands. For more information please contact: H.J.Gordon@tue.nl or click on the following link to participate: http://www.unipark.de/uc/HappyHealthCare/
Further Comments: *** This is a cross-cultural study so please be sure to fill-in your location. Thank you!!!

The Relationship among Culture and Love Styles, Relationship Characteristics and Relationship Satisfaction: A Comparison of American and Chinese Perspectives

Kent Tsang - Alliant International University, San Francisco, USA.
Apr
26
2011

If you are English-speaking and were born and/or have been residing in the United States, and have been in a long-term committed relationship, please use this link

If you are Chinese-speaking and were born and/or have been residing in Mainland China (including Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan), and have been in a long-term committed relationship, please use this link

Love, Personality and Cognitive Styles

Kelly Winter - Brunel University
Aug
18
2010

This study aims to look at the the combination of your cognitive abilities and personality and how this effects how you behave when in a relationship.

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