Asian Journal of Social Psychology
© Asian Association of Social Psychology and Japanese Group Dynamics Association and Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd
Edited By: Fanny M. Cheung
Impact Factor: 0.831
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 44/59 (Psychology Social)
Online ISSN: 1467-839X
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The 10th conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology will take place on 21–24 August 2013 in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The theme of the conference is 'Enhancing quality of life through community integrity and cultural diversity: Promoting indigenous, social and cultural psychology'.
The Asian Journal of Social Psychology stimulates research and encourages academic exchanges for the advancement of social psychology in Asia. It publishes theoretical and empirical papers by Asian scholars and those interested in Asian cultures and societies.
Coverage includes all aspects of social processes such as development, cognition, personality, health, counselling, organisation and education. The journal encourages interdisciplinary integration with social sciences and humanities.
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Read the top Asian Journal of Social Psychology articles online:
Sikolohiyang Pilipino (Filipino psychology): A legacy of Virgilio G. Enriquez
Rogelia Pe-Pua and Elizabeth Protacio-Marcelino
Role identities versus social identities: Masculinity, femininity, instrumentality and communality
Agustin Echebarria Echabe
Modesty in self-presentation: A comparison between the USA and Japan
Toshio Yamagishi, Hirofumi Hashimoto, Karen S. Cook, Toko Kiyonari, Mizuho Shinada, Nobuhiro Mifune, Keigo Inukai, Haruto Takagishi, Yutaka Horita and Yang Li
Social network analysis: A methodological introduction
Carter T. Butts
Sociocultural antecedents of academic motivation and achievement: Role of values and achievement motives in achievement goals and academic performance
Gregory Arief D. Liem, Andrew J. Martin, Amy L. Porter and Susan Colmar
Social Cognitive Theory: An Agentic Perspective
Perceived physical competence and body image as predictors of perceived peer acceptance in adolescents
Minjeong Lyu and Diane Gill
Consumption experience of impulse buying in Indonesia: Emotional arousal and hedonistic considerations
Astrid G. Herabadi, Bas Verplanken and Ad Van Knippenberg
Risk, protection, and resilience in Chinese adolescents: A psycho-social study
Haibin Li, Andrew J. Martin, Derrick Armstrong and Richard Walker
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The relationship between the person and the situation in influencing social behavior is a continuing subject of interest to social psychologists. This dialectical relationship is particularly salient in Asia. In this special issue, an outstanding cross-cultural psychologist, Michael Bond, refines the classical formula by Kurt Lewin to explain how the social situation influences a person’s behavior in his lead article. Six renowned international social psychologists responded to Bond’s challenge in their commentaries. Find out from this collection of articles how cross-cultural social psychology helps to advance the paradigm of research in social psychology.
Commentaries on lead article
In search of culture's role in influencing individual social behaviour
Ying-yi Hong and Desiree YeeLing Phua
The culture of the situation: The role of situational strength in cultural systems
Michele J. Gelfand and Janetta Lun
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