コミュニケーション様式と情報処理様式の対応関係 : 文化的視点による実証研究のレビュー [in Japanese] Correspondence between communicative practices and information processing systems : A review of empirical studies from a cultural perspective [in Japanese]
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Studies conducted from a cross-cultural perspective were reviewed to determine whether there is any correspondence between cultural practices in communication and the modes of cognitive processing. This review suggested that both communicative practices and cognitive processing are oriented toward verbal content in the West, while they are oriented toward particular contextual cues in the East. This cross-cultural difference seemed to be confirmed only when on-line processing measures were examined. When paper-and-pencil surveys were used, no interpretable pattern could be identified. Implications for future research and intercultural communication are discussed.
- Japanese Journal of Social Psychology
Japanese Journal of Social Psychology 19(3), 241-254, 2004
The Japanese Society of Social Psychology