PSYCHOLOGY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT




JULY 20 - WEDNESDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S9         SY NTD 1          SY NTD 2                SY NTD 3                        SY NTD 4



JULY 21 - THURSDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S7         SY NTD 5          PA NTD      KA NTD 1    KA NTD 2        KA NTD 3        SY NTD 6
S9         SY NTD 7          SY NTD 8

Exhibition
Area       PO NTD (SESSION 1)


JULY 22 - FRIDAY

           8:30              11:30       13:00       14:30           16:00           17:30

S9         SY NTD 9          SY NTD 10               SY NTD 11                       SY NTD 12
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CIV                                                  SY NTD 13                       SY NTD 14
D-4        TS NTD 1          TS NTD 2                TS NTD 3





PSYCHOLOGY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT +----------------------------------+ WEDNESDAY 20 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 1 Room: S9 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY: FACTORS FACILITATING AND IMPENDING PROGRESS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES A Symposium Sponsored by the International Union of Psychological Sciences (IUPsyS) Conveners: John G. ADAIR; University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada & Çigdem KAGITÇCIBASI; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey Chairperson: John G. ADAIR, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada SY NTD (1) Introductory Remarks Kurt PAWLIK; ; President, IUPsyS SY NTD (1) 1 FACILITATORS AND DETERRANTS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY: THE ROLE OF GRADUATE RESEARCH TRAINING Rolando DIAZ-LOVING; & Isabel REYES-LAGUNES & Rogelio DIAZ-GUERRERO; National Autonomus University of Mexico, Mexico SY NTD (1) 2 INTELLECTUAL CLIMATE AND RESOURCES: INFLUENCES OF THE RESEARCH ENVIRONMENT ON NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISCIPLINE John ADAIR; ; University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada SY NTD (1) 3 SYSTEMIC CONSIDERATIONS: FACTORS FACILITATING AND IMPENDING DISCIPLINE DEVELOPMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Kwok LEUNG; & Jian-Xin ZHANG; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY NTD (1) 4 PSYCHOLOGY, SCIENCE, AND CULTURE: CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES Uichol KIM; ; University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA Discussant: Çigdem KAGITÇIBASI; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
WEDNESDAY 20 11:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 2 Room: S9 PSYCHOLOGY OF MORALITY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Iraj AYMAN; Institute of International Education and Development, Switzerland SY NTD (2) 1 MIMESIS, MOVEMENT AND CONTEXT IN MORAL EDUCATION Alfredo V. LAGMAY; University of Philippines, Philippines SY NTD (2) 2 CHINESE YOUNG ADULTS' VALUES ACROSS REGIONS AND GENDER Roya AYMAN; & Deborah JACKSON; Illinois Institute of Technology, USA SY NTD (2) 3 CHINESE ADOLESCENTS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF AUTONOMY Saba AYMAN-NOLLEY; ; Northeastern Illinois University, USA & Deborah JACKSON; Illinois Institute of Technology, USA SY NTD (2) 4 EXPLRING THE PREDICTIVE UTILITY OF VALUES IN TRUST: THE CHINA CASE Michelle S.M. YIK; ; University of British Columbia, Canada & Catherine S.K. TANG, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY NTD (2) 5 EDUCATION FOR MORAL LIVING: A RECONSIDERATION OF ASSUMTIONS AND APPROACHES Wing On LEE; ; University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
WEDNESDAY 20 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 3 Room: S9 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY: FACTORS INFLUENCING PROGRESS IN SPECIFIC DEVELOPING COUNTRIES A Symposium Sponsored by the International Union of Psychological Sciences (IUPsyS) Conveners: Cigdem KAGITCIBASI; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey & John G. ADAIR; University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada Chairperson: Cigdem KAGITCIBASI, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey SY NTD (3) 1 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN LATIN AMERICA José Miguel SALAZAR; Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela SY NTD (3) 2 FACTORS INFLUENCING DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN EGYPT AND THE ARAB WORLD Fouad ABOU-HATAB; Ain-Shams University, Egypt SY NTD (3) 3 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA A. Bame NSAMENANG; University of Yaounde, Cameroon SY NTD (3) 4 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN INDIA J.B.P. SINHA; A.N.S. Institute of Social Studies, India SY NTD (3) 5 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY IN CHINA Qicheng C. JING; Chinese Academy of Science, China Discussant: Durganand SINHA, India
WEDNESDAY 20 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 4 Room: S9 EARLY AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Rogelio DIAZ-GUERRERO; UNAM, Mexico SY NTD (4) 1 ON THE UNITY OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY: LINKS BETWEEN CULTURAL, ETHNIC AND INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGIES John BERRY; ; Queen's University, Canada SY NTD (4) 2 EARLY AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY IN PUERTO RICO Angel PACHECO; University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico SY NTD (4) 3 CUTURALY ROOTED PSYCHOLOGY IN INDIA: DANGERS AND DEVELOPMENTS Durganand SINHA; Allahaba, India SY NTD (4) 4 EARLY AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY IN COLOMBIA Ruben ARDILA; National University of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia SY NTD (4) 5 ETHNOPSYCHOLOGY: THE MEXICAN VERSION Rogelio DIAZ-GUERRERO; & R. DIAZ-LOVING, UNAM, Mexico SY NTD (4) 6 FORM STEREOPYPES TO SOCIAL IDENTITY: TWO DECADES OF RESEARCH Jose Miguel SALAZAR; ; Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela Discussant(s): Harry C. TRIANDIS, University of Illinois, USA & Wayne H. HOLTZMAN, The University of Texas,USA
THURSDAY 21 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 5 Room: S7 LATINA WOMEN AND THE MANIFESTATION OF POWER IN ART AND LITERATURE Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Joan F. DiGIOVANNI; Western New England College & Joan CHRISLER, Conneticut College & Kay STANNARD, Framingham State College, USA SY NTD (5) 1 FRIDA KAHLO'S LIFE AND ART THE QUESTION OF MUCHAUSEN SYNDROME Joan F. DIGIOVANNI; ; Western New England College, USA SY NTD (5) 2 RESTORING THE MEXICAN PSYCHE TO FRIDA KAHLO'S LIFE AND ART Barbara BRODMAN; ; Nova University, USA SY NTD (5) 3 LA LOBA Lark LUCAS; ; University of New Mexico, USA SY NTD (5) 4 MASTRETTA'S 'MUJERES DE OJOS GRANDES' Dolores RIVAS BAHTI; ; Arizona Historical Society, USA Discussant(s): Stephanie DUDEK, University of Montreal, Canada
SY NTD 7 Room: S9 TRANSFER OF RESEARCH INFORMATION FROM DEVELOPED TO DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (IUPsyS Symposium) Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Géry d'YDEWALLE; University of Leuven, Belgium & Kurt PAWLIK; University of Hamburg, Germany SY NTD (7) 1 TRANSFER OF RESEARCH INFORMATION AND DISINTEGRATION OF PSYCHOLOGY Qicheng C. JING; ; Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China SY NTD (7) 2 TRANSFER OF RESEARCH INFORMATION: THE NEED FOR A TWO WAY COMMUNICATION Rubén ARDILA; ; Institute for Scientific Research, Caribbean Center for Advanced Studies, Colombia SY NTD (7) 3 TRANSFER OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH INFORMATION FROM WESTERN TO ARAB COUNTRIES Fouad A.L.H. ABOU-HATAB; Ain. Shams University, Cairo, Egypt SY NTD (7) 4 TOWARD GLOBAL TRANSFER OF RESEARCH INFORMATION Cigdem KAGITCIBASI; ; Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey SY NTD (7) 5 A Proposal for Library Resource Centres in Developing Countries Janak PANDEY; ; The University of Manitoba, canada SY NTD (7) 6 JUST DONE. MASTER IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY AND SOCIAL WELLBEING IN NICARAGUA Manuel MUÑOZ; ; Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
POSTER SESSION 1 PO NTD 2 SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING OF THE JAPANESE YOUTH: CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON Satoru NISHIZAWA ; HOKKAI-GAKUEN UNIVERSITY, JAPAN PO NTD 4 A CROSS-NATIONAL COMPARISON OF PERSONALITY MEASURES (CPI) Nicolás SEISDEDOS CUBERO & Horia PITARIU; TEA Ediciones, S.A., SPAIN PO NTD 5 UNDERSTANDING THE TRANSITION AND ADAPTATION OF INMIGRANTS Soraya SIRGI & M. MONETTE, UNIVERSITE LAVAL, CANADA PO NTD 6 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY David THOMAS ; SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, AUSTRALIA PO NTD 8 IDENTITE, ANOMIE ET CONFLIT CULTUREL: UNE APPROCHE DES RACINES PSYCHOSOCIALES A PARTIR DE TROIS RECHERCHE SUR LE TERRAIN Miriam APARICIO DE SANTANDER ARGENTINA
THURSDAY 21 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PA NTD Room: S7 EMERGING TRENDS IN ASIAN APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY Henry S.R. KAO; UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, Hong Kong SY NTD 8 Room: S9 INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOTHERAPY AND ETHNIC MINORITIES: NEWTON'S THIRD LAW Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Jaswant L. KHANNA; The University of Tennessee, USA SY NTD (8) 1 CROSS-CULTURAL CONCERNS TO THE ECLECTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY: RESEARCH METHODS, FAMILY PERSPECTIVES Anna Laura COMUNIAN; University of Padua, Italy SY NTD (8) 2 ETHNIC MINORITIES AND PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY IN THE U.S. - AN OVERVIEW J.L. KHANNA; University of Tennessee, USA SY NTD (8) 3 WORKING WITH ETHNIC MINORITIES IN AUSTRALIA Sandra E.S. NEIL; University of Melbourne, Australia SY NTD (8) 4 PROJECT AMBA Anu SAVAK-BENNET; Upton Hospital, UK SY NTD (8) 5 NEWTON'S THIRD LAW - THE PUSH AND PULL IN THE PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC CONSULTING ROOM IN AN INTER-CULTURAL CONTEXT Robert L.N. SILVERBERG; University of Melbourne, Australia
THURSDAY 21 13:00 +----------------------------------+ KA NTD 1 Room: S7 MANAGING AND MOTIVATING CULTURALLY DIVERSE EMPLOYEES Simcha RONEN; TEL-AVIV UNIVERSITY, Israel
THURSDAY 21 14:30 +----------------------------------+ KA NTD 2 Room: S7 EAST AND WEST: CLASH OF VALUES? SOME EMPIRICAL OBSERVATIONS Shalom SCHWARTZ; THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY OF JERUSALEM, Israel
THURSDAY 21 16:00 +----------------------------------+ KA NTD 3 Room: S7 A HIERARCHICAL MODEL OF DECISION MAKING: CONCEPTUAL AND METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR CROSS-CULTURAL APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY Zhong-Ming WANG; HANGZHOU UNIVERSITY, China
THURSDAY 21 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 6 Room: S7 STUDYING HUMAN VALUES: THEORETICAL ISSUES AND EMPIRICAL FINDINGS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Norman T. FEATHER; The Flinders University of South Australia, Australia SY NTD (6) 1 HOW SIMILAR ARE INDIVIDUAL VALUE HIERARCHIES AROUND THE WORLD? Shalom SCHWARTZ; The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel SY NTD (6) 2 VALUES, NATIONAL IDENTIFICATION AND INGROUP FAVOURITISM Norman T. FEATHER; The Flinders University of South Australia, Australia SY NTD (6) 3 THE STRUCTURE AND MEANING OF VALUES AND POLITICAL ORIENTATION María ROS; Universidad Complutense de Madrid SY NTD (6) 4 BEYOND ROKEACH'S EQUALITY-FREEDOM MODEL: TWO DIMENSIONAL VALUES IN A ONE DIMENSIONAL WORLD Valerie BRAITHWAITE; Australian National University, Australia SY NTD (6) 5 MULTIPLE VALUE SYSTEMS Clive SELIGMAN; University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada Discussant(s): M. Brewster SMITH, University of California - Santa Cruz, USA
FRIDAY 22 8:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 9 Room: S9 CROSS-CULTURAL ASSESSMENT IN CAREER DEVELOPMENT: IN SEARCH OF UNIVERSALITY OR DIVERSITY? Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Ronelle LANGLEY; University of Pretoria, South Africa SY NTD (9)1 CROSS-CULTURAL VOCATIONAL ASSESSMENT: CONTRIBUTIONS OF PHOTO-BASED METHOD Bernard TETREAU; ; University of Montreal, Canada & MARROCO, A.; Unisinos University, Brazil & SANDOVAL AVELLA, L.; Javeriana University, Colombiaa SY NTD (9)2 THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS David BALOYI; University of Pretoria, South Africa SY NTD (9)3 USE OF CROSS-CULTURAL ASSESSMENT AT A CUNSELLING CENTRE Nondomisa DLAMINI; University of Zululand, South Africa SY NTD (9)4 UNDERSTANDING CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN ORGANIZATIONS Janet E. HELMS; University of Maryland, USA SY NTD (9)5 APPLICATION OF CROSS-CULTURAL PROCEDURES IN THE SELECTION AND TRAINING OF MANAGERS IN AN ORGANIZATION Ronelle LANGLEY; & BREDENKAMP, S & DERT, C.; University of Pretoria & SMITH, P.; University of South Africa, South Africa SY NTD (9)6 CAREER MATURITY IN THIRD WORLD CONTEXT: IN SEARCH OF A NEW DEFINITION? Zak NEL; Rand Afrikaans University & STEAD, G.B. & WATSON, M.B. University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa Discussant(s): Mark Savickas, North Eastern Ohio Universities, USA
TS NTD 1Room: D-4 PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND HEALTH DEVELOPMENT TS NTD (1) 1 EXPECTATIONS ABOUT COUNSELING: A CROSS-CULTURAL COMPARISON Kenneth R. THOMAS & Fong CHAN (USA) & Daniel W. WONG (USA) & Hua Kuo HO (Taiwan); UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, USA TS NTD (1) 2 EFFECTS OF PERCEIVED HOUSEHOLD CROWDING ON SOCIAL ATTITUDES OF THE ADOLESCENTS Meenakshi ARORA & A.K. SRIVASTAVA & P. KHANNA & Poonam SINHA; BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, INDIA TS NTD (1) 3 AFFECTIVITE ET INTELLIGENCE: UNE RECHERCHE AVEC UN CONTE DES FEES Maria Thereza SOUZA ; FACULDADE DE EDUCACAO-UNICAMP-CEPE, BRASIL TS NTD (1) 4 A STUDY OF AN ALTERNATIVE PARENT TRAINING MODEL Aydan GULERCE ; BOGAZICI UNIVERSITY, TURKEY TS NTD (1) 5 THE APPLICATION OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY TO COMMUNITY BASED HEALTH CARE IN INDIA Philip COOK ; UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA, CANADA
FRIDAY 22 11:30 +----------------------------------+ PS NTD Room: AU B PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF REFUGEE DISPLACEMENT Chairperson: Alastair K. AGER; Queen Margaret College, UK Participants: John BERRY, Canada Gunn SCHEEN, Norway Ute SCHOENPFLUG, Germany SY NTD 10 Room: S9 CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL EVENT MANAGEMENT Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Peter B. SMITH; University of Sussex, UK & Mark F. PETERSON; Texas Tech University, USA SY NTD (10) 1 THE USE OF THE EVENT MANAGEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE IN DIAGNOSING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE Stephen BOCHNER; University of New South Wales, Australia SY NTD (10) 1 THE USE OF THE EVENT MANAGEMENT QUESTIONNAIRE IN DIAGNOSING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE Stephen BOCHNER; University of New South Wales, Australia SY NTD (10) 2 EVENT MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF CONFLICT Kwok LEUNG; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY NTD (10) 2 EVENT MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTEXT OF CONFLICT Kwok LEUNG; Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY NTD (10) 3 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SOURCES USED FOR INTERPRETING EVENTS AND EVALUATIONS BY ROLE SET MEMBERS: A 9-NATION STUDY Mark F. PETERSON; Texas Tech University, USA SY NTD (10) 3 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SOURCES USED FOR INTERPRETING EVENTS AND EVALUATIONS BY ROLE SET MEMBERS: A 9-NATION STUDY Mark F. PETERSON; Texas Tech University, USA SY NTD (10) 4 ORGANIZATION CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH SOURCES USED TO MANAGE EVENTS Grant SAVAGE; & Ritch SORENSON; Texas Tech University, USA SY NTD (10) 4 ORGANIZATION CHARACTERISTICS ASSOCIATED WITH SOURCES USED TO MANAGE EVENTS Grant SAVAGE; & Ritch SORENSON; Texas Tech University, USA SY NTD (10) 5 LEADERSHIP AS EVENT MANAGEMENT: A CROSS-CULTURAL SURVEY BASED UPON MIDDLE MANAGERS FROM 25 NATIONS Grant SAVAGE; University of Sussex, UK SY NTD (10) 5 LEADERSHIP AS EVENT MANAGEMENT: A CROSS-CULTURAL SURVEY BASED UPON MIDDLE MANAGERS FROM 25 NATIONS Grant SAVAGE; University of Sussex, UK Discussant(s): Martin CHEMERS, USA
TS NTD 2Room: D-4 PSYCHOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT TS NTD (2) 1 PSYCHOLOGY FOR DEVELOPING WORLDS Stuart CARR & Malcolm MaCLACHLAN; THE UNIVERSITY OF NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA TS NTD (2) 2 NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH CONSCRIPTION Elizabeth NAIR ; NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE TS NTD (2) 3 PSYCHOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Alastair K. AGER ; QUEEN MARGARET COLLEGE, UNITED KINGDOM TS NTD (2) 4 MEXICAN BUSINESSMEN OPINION ABOUT THE "NAFTA" Jorge BRAHAM & Carlos SERRANO & Oscar MORAL ES; ITESM CEM, MEXICO TS NTD (2) 5 PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH AND LONG TERM UNEMPLOYMENT AMONGST YOUNG PEOPLE: THE IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYMENT AND NON-EMPLOYMENT FACTORS Lindsey MEAN PATTERSON ; CENTRE FOR HUMAN COMMUNICATION, MANCHESTER METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY, U.K. TS NTD (2) 6 MENTAL ILLNESS IN INDIA AND BRITAIN Pittu LAUNGANI ; SOUTH BANK UNIVERSITY, UNITED KINGDOM TS NTD (2) 7 EVOLUTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN BRAZIL Rosaura RIBEIRO DE MENEZES & A.P.R. AGATTI & M. ATALLA; UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL PAULISTA-UNESP, Brazil
FRIDAY 22 14:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 11 Room: S9 ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: RELIGIO-SPIRITUAL AND SOCIO-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Kalburgi SRINIVAS; University of Regina, Canada SY NTD (11) 1 MAN-IN-WORLD PARADIGMS AND ORGANIZATION CHANGE MODELS Kalburgi SRINIVAS; University of Regina, Canada SY NTD (11) 2 LEWIN MEETS CONFUCIOUS: A RE-VIEW OF THE OD MODEL OF CHANGE Robert J. MARSHAK; Marshak Associates & American University, Washington D.C., USA SY NTD (11) 3 JEWISH CORE VALUES IN RELIGIO-HUMANISTIC INSTITUTIONS: A VALUE BASED APPROACH TO ORGANIZATION CHANGE Fred MASSARIK; University of California, LA, USA SY NTD (11) 4 ISLAMIC WORK ETHIC AND ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT Abbas J. ALI; Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA & Ahmad AZIM, University of Calgari, Canada SY NTD (11) 5 CHANGE, DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFORMATION: VEDANTIC INSIGHTS S.K. CHAKRABORTY; Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, India SY NTD (11) 6 LEADERSHIP AND ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT: IMPLICATIONS FROM SECULAR AND SACRED ASPECTS FROM ANCIENT INDIA Rajen GUPTA; & Claude FOUCHEUX; Erasmus University, The Netherlands SY NTD (11) 7 SPIRITUALITY IN LEADERHIP: A BEHAVIORAL PERSPECTIVE Rabindra KANUNGO; & Manuel MENDOCA, McGILL University, Canada SY NTD (11) 8 ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT AND NATIVE SPIRITUALITY George SIOUI; & Eber HAMPTON, Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Regina, Canada SY NTD (11) 9 ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT THEORY AND PRACTICE: A CHINESE CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE Henry S.R. KAO; & Ng SEK-HONG, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SY NTD (11) 10 ORGANIZATIONAL FACILITATION FOR TECHNOMIX GROUPS IN KOREA: A CHALLENGE Jae Kyoo LEE; Taegu University, Korea SY NTD (11) 11 ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS FROM A BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE STANDPOINT Michael KIRK-SMITH; University of Ulster, N. Ireland SY NTD (11) 12 CULTURAL MENTAL MAPS AS OPPORTUNITIES FOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHILLIPPINES V.G. ENRIQUEZ; Psychology Research Institute, Phillipines SY NTD (11) 13 ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN MULTI-CULTURAL CONTEXT: RELEVANCE OF AMERICAN MODELS AND TECHNIQUES Carol DE BRUIN; South African Breweries Ltd., South Africa
SY NTD 13 Room: CIV PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF FAMILY STRUCTURE Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): James GEORGAS; The University of Athens, Greece SY NTD (13) 1 INTERGENERATIONAL CONFLICTS AND PARENTS WELL-BEING IN TURKISH FAMILIES - A COMPARISON OF MIGRANTS AND STAYERS Bernhard NAUCK; Technische Universität Chemnitz-Zwickau, Germany SY NTD (13) 2 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ORGANISATIONAL CULTURES AND SOCIETAL/FAMILY VALUES IN IRELAND Eunice McCARTHY; University College, Dublin, Ireland SY NTD (13) 3 FAMILY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN CROSS-CULTURAL James GEORGAS; University of Athens, Greece Discussant(s): Cigdem KAGITCIBASI, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
TS NTD 3Room: D-4 ETHNICITY, IMMIGRATION AND CROSS-CULTURAL ISSUES TS NTD (3) 1 INFLUENCE OF RACE AND FLUENCY OF LANGUAGE IN THE ACCEPTANCE OF IMMIGRANTS IN FRANCE Catherine Q.E. SIM ; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA, USA TS NTD (3) 2 THE IMPORTANCE OF A PRE-DEPARTURE ORIENTATION FOR A BETTER ADAPTATION PROCESS AFTER INMIGRATION: AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF GUATEMALAN REFUGEES IN CANADA Cristina FANDIÑO-CIRILLI ; Transcultural Psychiatry Community Liaison Programme, CANADA TS NTD (3) 3 BEING CITIZEN OF THE WORLD: IS IT A RESULT OF A MIGRATORY EXPERIENCE? Juracy C. MARQUES & Andréa SIM‚ES SEBBEN; PONTIFICIAL CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY - PUCRS, BRAZIL TS NTD (3) 4 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF JAPANESE MEXICANS -THROUGH THE COMPARISON WITH MEXICAN PEOPLE- Masaki TSUNOKAWA ; TOKAI UNIVERSITY, JAPAN TS NTD (3) 5 CROSS-CULTURAL, CROSS-GENDER ASPECT OF IDENTITY FORMATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN YOUTH Karyn TODES & Z.J.NEL; Rand Afrikaans University, SOUTH AFRICA TS NTD (3) 7 NEO-LIBERAL POLICY. UNEMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY IN MEXICO Isabel RUEDA PEIRO UNAM, Mexico
FRIDAY 22 17:30 +----------------------------------+ SY NTD 12 Room: S9 YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT: ITS PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL COSTS Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): Anthony H. WINEFIELD; The University of Adelaide, Australia SY NTD(12) 1 INTRODUCTION: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF UNEMPLOYMENT ON YOUNG PEOPLE Anthony WINEFIELD; THE UNIVERSITY OF ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA SY NTD(12) 2 SCHOOL-LEAVERS' SELF-ESTEEM AND UNEMPLOYMENT David DOOLEY; PRAUSE, J. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, USA SY NTD(12) 3 UNEMPLOYMENT: LEARNED HELPLESSNESS OR EXPECTANCY VALENCE? Yolanda GARCIA; UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE, SPAIN SY NTD(12) 4 YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN THE REPUBLIC IRELAND Chris WHELAN; HANNAN, D.F. THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND SY NTD(12) 5 YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH IN THE NETHERLANDS Wilmar SCHAUFELI; UTRECHT UNIVERSITY, THE NETHERLANDS Discussant(s): David FRYER & Marie JAHODA, UK
SY NTD 14 Room: CIV ACCULTURATION AND ADAPTATION: THE ROLE OF ATTITUDES AND IDENTITY IN MENTAL HEALTH Convener(s) and Chairperson(s): David L. SAM; University of Bergen, Norway SY NTD (14) 1 ACCULTURATION AND COPING PROCESSES IN RELATION TO MENTAL HEALTH Giorgia DON´; University of Cambridge, United Kingdom SY NTD (14) 2 ETHNIC IDENTITY AMONG CHINESE IN CANADA: ITS RELATIONSHIP TO SELF-ESTEEM Dan HOCOY; Queens University, Canada SY NTD (14) 3 THE IMPACT OF LOS ANGELES UPRISING ON KOREAN ADOLESCENTS ACCULTURATION ATTITUDES Kyunghwa KWAK; Queens University, Canada SY NTD (14) 4 PREDICTORS OF SATISFACTION WITH LIFE AMONG PORTUGUESE SECOND GENERATION LIVING IN FRANCE Félix NETO ; University of Porto, Portugal SY NTD (14) 5 INCIDENCE OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOMATIC SYMPTOMS AMONG YOUNG VIETNAMESE IMMIGRANTS IN NORWAY David L. SAM; University of Bergen, Norway SY NTD (14) 6 ETHNIC IDENTITY AND ACCULTURATION ATTITUDES IN RELATION TO SELF-STEEM AMONG FOUR SECOND-GENERATION ADOLESCENT GROUPS LIVING IN MONTREAL Colette SABATIER; Université de Nanterre, FRANCE & John Berry, Queens University, Canada Discussant(s): John W. BERRY, Queen's University, Canada

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