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Title: Generativity does not necessarily satisfy all your needs : associations among cultural demand for generativity, generative concern, generative action, and need satisfaction in the elderly in four cultures
Authors: Hofer, J
Busch, H
Au, A 
Poláčková, ŠI
Tavel, P
Wong, TT
Keywords: Basic need satisfaction
Generative behavior
Generative concern
Internalized cultural demands
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: American Psychological Association Inc.
Source: Developmental psychology, 2016, v. 52, no. 3, p. 509-519 How to cite?
Journal: Developmental psychology 
Abstract: The present study examines the association between various facets of generativity, that is, cultural demand for generativity, generative concern, and generative action, with the satisfaction of the needs for relatedness, competence, and autonomy in samples of elderly from Cameroon, China (Hong Kong), the Czech Republic, and Germany. Participants provided information on Self-Transcendence values (internalized cultural demand), generative concern and action, and need satisfaction. Results suggest, first, that internalized cultural demand affects generative action indirectly through generative concern, second, that generative concern has a positive direct effect on need satisfaction, but that, third, there is also an indirect effect of generative concern on need satisfaction through generative action, which, fourth, is positive for the needs for relatedness and competence but negative for the need for autonomy. These findings were Culture-Invariant in our study, suggesting generalizability to other cultures. They are discussed with respect to the role of values in generativity and a possible Trade-Offof generative action for the satisfaction of needs at least in the elderly.
ISSN: 0012-1649
DOI: 10.1037/dev0000078
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