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The Five Factor Model (FFM), a valid model of interindividual differences in the personality of a group of people, reportedly does not always provide a good fit for the individuals of that group. In addition to intraindividual variation across a considerable period of time, meaningful...
Among the various work stress models, one of the most popular has been the job demands-control (JDC) model developed by ), which postulates that work-related strain is highest under work conditions characterized by high demands and low autonomy. The absence of social support at work further...
Intersubjective consensus approaches to culture have emerged as a new paradigm for understanding and measuring culture. In this study, I briefly review contemporary definitions of culture in psychology and examine how an intersubjective norm approach may fit. Two central issues are (1) consensus...
The present paper examines the relative influence of religion and nation on conceptions of virtues. In a first study, conducted in the Netherlands, 926 respondents of different profession, age, sex, and religious background rank ordered a list of 15 virtues. A comparison of Dutch Muslims and...
A review of nearly three decades of cross-cultural research shows that this domain still has to address several issues regarding the biases of data collection and sampling methods, the lack of clear and consensual definitions of constructs and variables, and measurement invariance issues that...
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