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LACKO, D. -- ŠAŠINKA, Č. -- ČENĚK, J. -- STACHOŇ, Z. -- LU, W L. Cross-Cultural Differences in Cognitive Style,Individualism/Collectivism and Map Reading between Central European and East Asian University Students. Studia Psychologica. 2020. v. 62, no. 1, p. 23--43. ISSN 0039-3320. URL: http://journals.savba.sk/index.php/studiapsychologica/article/view/36

Original name:
Cross-Cultural Differences in Cognitive Style,Individualism/Collectivism and Map Reading between Central European and East Asian University Students
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Written by (author):
Mgr. David Lacko
Mgr. Čeněk Šašinka, Ph.D.
Ing. Mgr. Jiří Čeněk, Ph.D.
Zdeněk Stachoň
Wei lun Lu
Department: Department of Social Studies
Kind of publication: article in a professional periodical
Periodical:
Studia Psychologica
Nature of article:
professional announcement
Volume no. (year):
62
Periodical number within the volume:
1
Year of publication: 2020
Starting page:
23
Up to page: 43
Number of pages:
21
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článek je obsažen v databázi Web of Science
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Form of publication:
electronic version (online)
Original language:
English
Description in original language:
The article examines cross-cultural differences encountered in the cognitive processing of specific cartographic stimuli. We conducted a comparative experimental study on 98 participants from two different cultures, the first group comprising Czechs (N = 53) and the second group comprising Chinese (N = 22) and Taiwanese (N = 23). The findings suggested that the Central European participants were less collectivistic, used similar cognitive style and categorized multivariate point symbols on a map more analytically than the Asian participants. The findings indicated that culture indeed influenced human perception and cognition of spatial information. The entire research model was also verified at an individual level through structural equation modelling (SEM). Path analysis suggested that individualism and collectivism was a weak predictor of the analytic/holistic cognitive style. Path analysis also showed that cognitive style considerably predicted categorization in map point symbols.
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Key words:
czech: mezikulturní odlišnosti, kognitivní styl, kategorizace
english: cross-cultural differences, cognitive style, categorization
Field of result:
Cultural and economic geography
Psychology (including human - machine relations)
Cognitive sciences
Year of submission:
2020
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Used in projects:
Non-project research (use: RIV)
URL:
http://journals.savba.sk/index.php/studiapsychologica/article/view/36
 
Entry made by: Ing. Mgr. Jiří Čeněk, Ph.D.
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Studia Psychologica. Bratislava: ISSN 0039-3320.

Original name:
Studia Psychologica
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Kind of publication: magazine
ISSN:
0039-3320
Country of publisher: Slovak Republic
Place of publishing:
Bratislava
Publisher:
Institute of Experimental Psychology Centre of Social and Psychological Sciences Slovak Academy of Sciences
URL: https://www.studiapsychologica.com/
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Original language:
English
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