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Categorical effects on stimulus judgment in American and Chinese students
Y. Ya; S. Kitayama
Conference Name会议论文
Conference Date2004
Conference PlaceBeijing
AbstractTo investigate if cognitive processes involved in a perceptual assimilation effect might vary across cultures, the author tested American and Chinese university students in the US and China (American in the US, Chinese in the US & Chinese in China) in a category induction task. Result indicated that all three cultural groups demonstrate an assimilation effect. Importantly, however, this assimilation effect was largest for Chinese in China and smallest for Americans in the US, with Chinese in the US falling right in-between. Implications for the role of culture in basic cognition are discussed
Funding OrganizationIUPsyS
Subject Area认知心理学
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WOS IDWOS:000226118003243
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Y. Ya,S. Kitayama. Categorical effects on stimulus judgment in American and Chinese students[C],2004:357-358.
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