Cross-Cultural Research Description

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  • Cross-Cultural Research
    • Studies carried out to investigate attachment and friendship patterns across cultures.
    • Also used to investigate similarities and differences between cultures.
    • See if behaviour is nature or nurture.
    • E.g. Izjendoorn and Kroonenburg
      • Found cross-cultural differences in attachment types.
    • E.g. Shapira and Madsen
      • See how friendship behaviours differ in collectivists and individualistic societies.
    • Cross-cultural research is limited.
      • Most carried out in USA and UK.


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