Proceedings of the Inaugural Conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology 1995, Hong Kong

Edited by: Kwok Leung, Uichol Kim, Susumu Yamaguchi & Yoshihisa Kashima

Published by: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.


Section 1: Conceptual Analysis

  • Chapter 1–Multifaceted Analyses of Chemyon (“Social Face”): An Indigenous Korean Perspective. Sang-Chin Choi, Uichol Kim and Dac-Ik D. Kim
  • Chapter 2–Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism: The Source of Asian Values. Jyoti Verma
  • Chapter 3–A New Theoretical Perspective of Group Dynamics.  Toshio Sugiman
  • Chapter 4–Local Knowledge, Social Representations and Psychological Theory. Wolfgang Wagner

Section 2 : Basic Research

  • Chapter 5–Reward Allocation Among Groups and Individuals: A Vignette Study. Susumu Yamaguchi, Hiroko Inoue, Yukiko Muramoto and Setsuko Ozawa
  • Chapter 6–The Concept of Psychological Control in the Asian Context. Weining C. Chang, Wan Loo Chua and Yvonne Toh
  • Chapter 7–Self-prototypicality, Group Identification and Depersonalized Attraction: A Polarization Study.  Michael A. Hogg and Elizabeth A. Hardie
  • Chapter 8–Bringing Culture Out in Front: Effects of Cultural Meaning System Activation on Social Cognition. Ying-yi Hong, Chi-yue Chiu and Tracy Man Kung
  • Chapter 9–Facial Attractiveness is “Social”: A Comparison of Preferences of Feminine Facial Beauty in Asia. Ikuo Daibo, Hiroto Murasawa and Yong-Jin Chou
  • Chapter 10–Practice of the Self in Conversations: Pronoun Drop, Sentence Co-Production and Contextualization of the Self. Emiko S. Kashima and Yoshihisa Kashima
  • Chapter 11–Impressions Created by Gait: The Effect of Childlike Physical Attributes on Trait Inference. So-Young Lee and Hoon Koo Lee
  • Chapter 12–Effects of Stimulus Valence on Two Processes of Recognition: Analysis of Memory and Eyeblink. Hideki Ohira
  • Chapter 13–A Test of the Ingroup and Outgroup Favoritism Phenomenon: The Effect of the Desirability of Group Names on Ingroup and Outgroup Evaluations. Megumi Mizuno and Susumu Yamaguchi
  • Chapter 14–The Five-factor Model of Personality in China. Kwok Leung, Fanny M. Cheung, Jianxin Zhang, Weizhen Song and Dong Xie

Section 3 : Applied Research

  • Chapter 15–Conflict, Ingroup and Outgroup Distinction and Mediation: Comparison of Korean and American Students. Kibum Kim and Uichol Kim
  • Chapter 16–A Brief History of The Inventory for Measuring Efficiency (TIME): Preliminary Cross-cultural Data from Singapore and Australia. Don Munro, Stuart C. Carr, Malcolm MacLachlan, George D. Bishop and Ng Aik Kwang
  • Chapter 17–Political Cognitive Maps, Homogeneous Group Environment, Exemplars in Mass Media and Voting Behavior in the 1993 General Election in Japan: A Study in Political Social Reality. Ikeda Ken’ichi
  • Chapter 18–The Leadership Relationship in Hong Kong: Power, Interdependence and Controversy. Dean Tjosvold, Chun Hui and Kenneth S. Law
  • Chapter 19–The Effect of Person-Environment Fit on Learning. Ngai-ying Wong
  • Chapter 20–The Perception of Japanese People and Culture: The Case of Korean Nationals and Sojourners. Uichol Kim, Woo-chol Cho and Hedeki Harajiri
  • Chapter 21–Homesickness among Overseas Sojourners in Australia. Louise Horstmanshof and Prasuna Reddy