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Title: Developing and evaluating the social axioms durvey in eleven countries : its relationship with the five-factor model of personality
Authors: Leung, K
Lam, BCP
Bond, MH 
Conway, LG
Gornick, LJ
Amponsah, B
Boehnke, K
Dragolov, G
Burgess, SM
Golestaneh, M
Busch, H
Hofer, J
Dominguez Espinosa, A, DC
Fardis, M
Ismail, R
Kurman, J
Levedeva, N
Tatarko, AN
Sam, DL
Mendes Teixeira, ML
Yamaguchi, S
Fukuzawa, A
Zhang, J
Zhou, F
Keywords: Values
Attitudes
Beliefs
Personality
Social cognition
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Source: Journal of cross-cultural psychology, 2011, v. 43, no. 5, p. 833-857 How to cite?
Journal: Journal of cross-cultural psychology
Abstract: Based on a deductive, culturally decentered approach, new items were generated to improve the reliability of the original Social Axioms Survey, which measures individuals’ general beliefs about the world. In Study 1, results from 11 countries support the original five-factor structure and achieve higher reliability for the axiom dimensions as measured by the new scale. Moreover, moderate but meaningful associations between axiom and Big-Five personality dimensions were found. Temporal change of social axioms at the culture level was examined and found to be moderate. In Study 2, additional new items were generated for social complexity and fate control, then assessed in Hong Kong and the United States. Reliability was further improved for both dimensions. Additionally, two subfactors of fate control were identified: fate determinism and fate alterability. Fate determinism, but not fate alterability, related positively to neuroticism. Other relationships between axiom and personality dimensions were similar to those reported in Study 1. The short forms of the axiom dimensions were generally reliable and correlated highly with the long forms. This research thus provides a stronger foundation for applying the construct of social axioms around the world.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/34765
ISSN: 0022-0221 (print)
1552-5422 (online)
DOI: 10.1177/0022022111416361
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