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Cultural Values and the Effectiveness of Trust Repair Strategies in Collaborative Relationships
Interpersonal trust is a positive expectation that an individual has regarding another individual, and such positive expectation leads to behaviors and outcomes desirable for individuals, groups, and organizations. Despite ...
An Evaluation of a Culture Interview Checklist for Behaviorally-Oriented Clinicians
In recent years, there have been calls from within the field for behavior analysts to develop awareness of the impact of client culture on treatment. The purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a checklist as ...
Profiles and Culture: Multi-Level Latent Profiles Based on Personality Traits and Facets and Profile Influences on Performance Outcomes across Cultures
Personality research has traditionally adopted a variable-centric approach but recently more studies have adopted a person-centric approach. A person-centric approach can provide additional insights in that it explores for ...