Emotions in everyday social encounters: Correspondence between culture and self-construal
John B. Nezlek , Konstantinos Kafetsios , C. Veronica Smith
AbstractRelationships between self-construal and emotion experiences in social interactions were examined in two countries. Participants in Greece (a more collectivist culture) and the United Kingdom (a more individualist culture) described the social interactions they had each day for 7 days using a variant of the Rochester Interaction Record. For UK participants, independent self-construal was positively related to positive affect, whereas for Greek participants, independent self-construal was negatively related to positive affect. There were few relationships between interdependent self-construal and affect in either study. The results point to the interplay of cultural values and individual differences in self-construal and their relationships to people's affective experiences.
|Journal series||Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, ISSN 0022-0221, (A 25 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||0.5|
|Keywords in English||emotion; cultural values; social interaction; self-construal|
|ASJC Classification||; ;|
|Not used for evaluation||yes|
|Publication indicators||: 2014 = 1.725; : 2008 = 1.528 (2) - 2008=2.349 (5)|
|Citation count*||84 (2020-10-19)|
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