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- Comparison of Indonesia and American college students' attitudes toward homosexuality. Kyes, Kelly B.; Tumbelaka, Ligaya // Psychological Reports;Feb94, Vol. 74 Issue 1, p227
Presents comparisons of Indonesian and American college students' attitudes toward homosexuality. Interaction of sex of object by sex of target; Traditional attitudes toward women's gender-role behavior; Correlation of knowledge of AIDS with attitudes toward homosexuals.
- Social style among North American, Finnish, Japanese, and Korean university students. Thompson, Catherine A.; Klopf, Donald W. // Psychological Reports;Aug95, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p60
Compares social style among North American, Finnish, Japanese and Korean university students. Use of Richmond and McCroskey's Assertiveness-Responsiveness Measure; Relationship with other people.
- African- and Euro-American samples differ little in scores of death anxiety. Thorson, James A.; Powell, F.C. // Psychological Reports;Oct98, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p623
Presents racial differences in death anxiety scores for a sample of American college students with European and African heritages. Expression of uncertainty associated with death; Concern on the loss of being; Anxiety about the pain associated with dying.
- Examining relations between shame and personality among university students in the United States and Japan: A developmental perspective. Crystal, David S.; Parrott, W. Gerrod; Okazaki, Yukiko; Watanabe, Hirozumi // International Journal of Behavioral Development;Mar2001, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p113
American and Japanese university students' shame (haji)-related reactions across a number of diverse situations, and the personality correlates of these reactions, were studied. With age, shame ratings decreased significantly in situations describing defects in the ''private self'' among...
- Private universities, CCS, NIC post enrollment gains. Gustafson, Jeanne // Journal of Business (10756124);11/8/2007, Vol. 22 Issue 23, pA17
The article reports that private universities and community colleges in Spokane, Washington have recorded increased enrollment in 2007. On the other hand, the author reveals that enrollment in state universities has fallen. The author reports that both Gonzaga University and Whitworth University...
- Successful instructional strategies for the community college student. France, Stephen R. // Community Review;Fall91/Spring92, Vol. 12, p33
Presents ten practices in motivating community college students to learn. Includes requiring written questions; Brief summaries by students; Use of graphs or illustrations for concepts; Students' suggestions in brainstorming; Use of primary sources as required reading.
- Sexual behavior and telling the truth on questionnaires. Brink, T.L. // Psychological Reports;Feb95, Vol. 76 Issue 1, p218
Focuses on community college students' reluctance to tell the truth on anonymous questionnaires about topics such as frequency of sexual activity and lifetime number of sexual partners. Sensitive topics as those which pose some threat of embarrassment; Consideration of use of methods which build...
- THE "TEMPERANCE MENTALITY": A COMPARISON OF UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN SEVEN COUNTRIES. Alexander, Bruce K.; Maraun, Michael D.; Dawes, Gary A.; van de Wijngaart, Govert F.; Ossebaard, Hans C. // Journal of Drug Issues;Spring98, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p265
In response to a 'temperance mentality' questionnaire, university students from Iran, Bulgaria, the United States, and Italy expressed more support for 'temperance moralism' than did students from Canada, Ireland, and the Netherlands. On the other hand, students from all seven countries...
- Global Perceptions of Beauty and Attractiveness: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of American and Korean College Students' Mental Images of Beauty. Chung, Jee Young; Bissell, Kimberly // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2009, p1
This study of 391 Korean and U.S. college women and men measured media use and media preferences, their beliefs about the importance of appearance attributes and self-discrepancy to determine if these factors shaped the way mental images about beauty were formed for themselves. Findings suggest...