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Anxiety -- Congresses, Ethnopsychology -- Congr
Statementedited by Charles D. Spielberger, Rogelio Diaz-Guerrero.
SeriesThe series in clinical and community psychology,
ContributionsSpielberger, Charles Donald, 1927-, Díaz Guerrero, Rogelio., Strelau, Jan., Interamerican Congress of Psychology (15th : 1974 : Bogotá, Colombia)
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LC ClassificationsBF575.A6 C76
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <1-4 > :
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Open LibraryOL4894973M
ISBN 100470989408, 0891162429, 0891169407
LC Control Number76028389

This report provides evidence of the universality of anxiety as a Fundamental Emotion Across Cultures, And The Differentiation Between anxiety as a transitory state and a stable personality trait.

It is of interest to those concerned with the. Cross Cultural Anxiety. DOI link for Cross Cultural Anxiety. Cross Cultural Anxiety book.

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Spielberger. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 October Pub. location New : Rogelio Diaz-Guerrero. The nature and measurement of anxiety / Charles D. Spielberger --Cross-cultural measurement of anxiety / Charles D.

Spielberger and Sagar Sharma --The development and validation of an experimental Portuguese form of the State-trait anxiety inventory / Angela M.B.

Biaggio, Luiz Natalicio and Charles D. Spielberger --The development and.

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[Volume 1]: The nature and measurement of anxiety / Charles D. Spielberger --Cross-cultural measurement of anxiety / Charles D. Spielberger and Sagar Sharma --The development and validation of an experimental Portuguese form of the State-trait anxiety inventory / Angela M.B.

Biaggio, Luiz Natalicio and Charles D. Spielberger --The development. Derived from the best-selling Handbook of International and Intercultural Communication, Second Edition, this economically priced paperback version contains only the chapters dealing with cross-cultural and intercultural communication.

Cross-Cultural and Intercultural Communication provides an extensive overview of cross-cultural variations in communication and expands upon the Handbook by 4/5(4).

Introduction. Anxiety disorders are some of the most prevalent mental disorders [].These disorders are strongly influenced by ethnic, racial, and cultural factors, in part because of culturally dependent variations in the beliefs about the underlying physiology of the illness syndromes [] and the social context and norms a person is exposed to [].

Cited by: Cross-Cultural Anxiety. by Charles D. Spielberger (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Cited by: “Cultural and religious traditions that forbid cross-cultural unions prevent peace on earth. Instead of rejoicing that our sons and daughters are heart-driven and love other humans outside of their Cross-cultural anxiety book religious, social or cultural domains, we punish and insult them.

Cross Cultural Anxiety: 1st Edition. by Charles Spielberger (Editor), Rogelio Diaz Guerrero (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

Author: Charles Spielberger. This book explores the deep-rooted anxiety about foreign otherness manifest through translation in modern China in its endeavours to engage in cross-cultural exchanges.

It offers to theorize and contextualize a related range of issues concerning translation practice in response to foreign otherness. A Cross-Cultural Study of Test Anxiety Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 20(2) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Garland Science website is no longer available to access and you have been automatically redirected to INSTRUCTORS.

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First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Kessler et al. found that anxiety disorders were the leading cause of mental disorder in 10 out of the 17 countries studied.

In order to target health, resources and address this mental health condition effectively, the chapter explores the global cross‐cultural : Gurvinder Kalra, Alex Till, Dinesh Bhugra.

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The present paper examines test anxiety from a cross-cultural perspective with specific reference to the Indian and American cultures. The construct of test anxiety has been examined in many.

Cross-Cultural Communication focuses on how communicators reduce uncertainty and anxiety in cross-cultural situations. As another example, Prosser in his book, The Cultural Dialogue, identified several problems that could guide this work. Among other things, it could investigate the role of conflict and conflict resolution, the File Size: KB.

Cross-cultural psychology is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes, including both their variability and invariance, under diverse cultural conditions. Through expanding research methodologies to recognize cultural variance in behavior, language, and meaning it seeks to extend and develop psychology.

Since psychology as an academic discipline was developed largely in. Papers of particular interest, published recently, have been highlighted as: • Of importance •• Of major importanceCited by:   This study examined two forms of social anxiety or phobia, social phobia as defined by DSM-IV and Taijin Kyofusho (TKS, a Japanese form of social anxiety), in relation to their respective culturally prescribed self-construals as independent and interdependent.

Japanese university students (N = ) and U.S. university students (N = ) were administered the Social Interaction Anxiety Scale Cited by: Cross-Cultural Communication: A Visual Approach £ Categories: Books. This book provides the reader with analyses of various aspects of communication in both written and graphical form.

It is designed to be light on text, but succinct, and rich in visuals, capturing complex cultural interaction in simple, accessible diagrams.

The present paper examines test anxiety from a cross-cultural perspective with specific reference to the Indian and American cultures. The construct of test anxiety has been examined in many cultures all over the world.

In this review, the importance of understanding and incorporating contextual factors in cross-cultural research is by: A number of studies have continued to investigate cross-cultural differences in anxiety. However, the cross-national research on anxiety is still far less advanced than other psychological constructs such as schizophrenia or depression.

Thus, the purpose of the present study was to compare and contrast the levels of anxiety experienced by American, Turkish, Mexican, and Philippines college Cited by: Cross-Cultural Studies of Depression Janis H. Jenkins Case Western Reserve University Arthur Kleinman Byron J.

Good Harvard Medical School CROSS-CULTURAL ASPECTS OF DEPRESSION: INTRODUCTION In this chapter we examine key questions that arise from a cross-cultural ap­ proach to the study of Size: 8MB. These cross cultural differences are known as individualism-collectivism in relation to social anxiety disorders.

Vulnerability to social anxiety may be influenced by the range between a culture’s social practice of individualism (personal identities independent of others) and of collectivism (connected to others collectively as a society.

Cross-cultural workers, like other Christians, often think their feelings of anxiety and worry have a spiritual basis, indicating a lack of faith.

Such feelings may, and a. Cultural dimensions that may impact social anxiety.

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In the context of cross-cultural research, researchers have the task of capturing individual nuances within their culture and comparing these to those in other cultures. Immersed in one’s culture, one is influenced by cultural surroundings, beliefs and values, shaping and shaped by social Cited by: 4.

Cross-Cultural Communication The ability to successfully foster, improve & form relationships with the members of different cultures is known as cross-cultural communication. It is based on other culture’s manners, values, decision-making practices, social structure & perceptions, and the way of communication of group members – in person.

This book explores the deep-rooted anxiety about foreign otherness manifest through translation in modern China in its endeavours to engage in cross-cultural exchanges. It offers to theorize and contextualize a related range of issues concerning translation practice in response to foreign otherness.

The book also introduces new vistas to some of the under-explored aspects of translation Cited by: 1. Cross-cultural approach to anxiety disorders In his theory of anxiety disorders, Eysenck () argued that focus on one’s own behavior is associated with social phobia, whereas focus on future-oriented threat cognitions is associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

In this article, the authors discuss how medical school professor William Eysenck's theory of anxiety disorders can be used to predict cross-cultural differences in anxiety disorders.

The authors' study examines the association between social phobias and extraversion and individualism. This book contains her story from ages six to thirty-nine. Today, in her mid-sixties, renowned internationally for her compassion, knowledge and insight into what it means to be a child growing up among worlds, Van Reken, looks back over her life and adds a fascinating and reflective epilogue to a memoir that has already s copies and.The most commonly studied anxiety problems in cross-cultural research are social anxiety and social phobia.

There is considerable evidence that young people score higher on social anxiety than do their counterparts in relatively individualistic cultures (Essau et al., c, Essau et al.,Heinrichs et al.,Kleinknecht et al Author: Selda Koydemir, Selda Koydemir, Cecilia A.

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