Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology


Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology

Publisher: SAGE Publications

Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology publishes papers that focus on the
interrelationships between culture and psychological processes.

Submitted manuscripts may report results from either cross-cultural
comparative research or results from other types of research concerning the
ways in which culture (and related concepts such as ethnicity) affect the
thinking and behavior of individuals as well as how individual thought and
behavior define and reflect aspects of culture.

Review papers and innovative reformulations of cross-cultural theory will
also be considered. Studies reporting data from within a single nation
should focus on cross-cultural perspective. Empirical studies must be
described in sufficient detail to be potentially replicable.

Authors who are uncertain about the appropriateness of particular
manuscripts should contact the Editor, Senior Editor, or any of the
Associate Editors for clarification and advice.

The Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology occasionally supplements its broad
coverage with single-themed Special Issues and Special Sections dedicated to
topics of particular interest. Previous thematic discussions include Culture
and the Self, Culture and Risk, The Generalizability of Social Psychological
Laws and Theories Across Cultures, and Television in the Developing World.

ISSN: 0022-0221


Fons van de Vijver
Department of Psychology
Tilburg University
P.O. Box 90153
5000 LE Tilburg
The Netherlands


Content available by subscription.

Abstracts available online. Articles available in PDF format.

Current Issue: January 1 2005, Volume 36, No. 1

Date: 20 Dec. 2004

Original posting date: 
Monday, December 20, 2004
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