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Japanese and American Perceptions of Group Entitativity and Autonomy: A Multilevel Analysis

Reference
First Author: 
Kurebayashi
Kurebayashi, K., Hoffman, L., Ryan, C. S., & Murayama, A.
Year: 
2012
Volume: 
43
Number: 
2
349
Last Page: 
364
cultural psychology, group processes, perception
Ancillaries: 

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Measure
Measure Name: 
None
Measure Description: 
Ratings of target groups for essence and dynamic group properties, entitativity, and autonomy
Construct Name: 
Group entitativity, essence, and dynamic properties
Number of items: 
15
Response Scale: 
7-point scales

Essence properties (3 items)

Response scales: 1 = very different in physical appearance to 7 = very similar in physical appearance

Dynamic properties (4 items)

Response scale: 1 = no goals in common to 7 = important goals in common

Perceived group entitativity (5 items)

Response scale: 1 = not at all a group to 7 = very much a group

Group autonomy beliefs (3 items)

“In my society, this group takes control of the situations around them and exercises free will”;

“The norms in my society say that this group should take control of the situations around it and exercise free will”;

“This group sets a course for itself independent of the influences surrounding it.”

Response scale: 1 = strongly agree and 7 = strongly disagree

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