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Reports the results of a study done in a mountainous region of Nepal on a sample of 144, 6–14 year old boys and girls, schooled and unschooled. A variety of tasks was selected for the analysis of language children use for describing space and for the assessment of spatial encoding and cognitive...
Investigates the quality of everyday emotional experience in Cuba, a cultural context profoundly different from those previously analysed. A questionnaire was completed by 153 students of Havana University (age 17–28 years). They were asked to report an emotion-eliciting episode that had...
The study examines the role of self-religiosity, father’s religious attitude in the moral behaviour of youth from religious and nonreligious schools. Indigenous measures of self-religiosity, father’s religious attitude and moral behaviour developed in the pilot study were used in the main...
This paper was based on the assumption that the economic crisis that occurred in kibbutzim in the early 1980s led to the dismantling of the ideology that was the basis for building of the kibbutz movement. Kibbutz leaders from eight kibbutzim in Israel were individually interviewed. Each...
Prosocial reasoning of 5to 13-year-old Indian children (N= 167), belonging to low/high socioeconomic strata, was investigated through individual interviews seeking responses to vignettes depicting prosocial dilemmas. Children’s prosocial reasoning was characterised primarily by concern for...
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