jenny kurman
jenny kurman
professor aof psychology, University of Haifa
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Culture-level dimensions of social axioms and their correlates across 41 cultures
MH Bond, K Leung, A Au, KK Tong, SR De Carrasquel, F Murakami, ...
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 35 (5), 548-570, 2004
Why is self-enhancement low in certain collectivist cultures? An investigation of two competing explanations
J Kurman
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 34 (5), 496-510, 2003
Self-enhancement: Is it restricted to individualistic cultures?
J Kurman
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 27 (12), 1705-1716, 2001
Interrelationships among vertical and horizontal collectivism, modesty, and self-enhancement
J Kurman, N Sriram
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 33 (1), 71-86, 2002
Lack of knowledge of a culture’s social axioms and adaptation difficulties among immigrants
J Kurman, C Ronen-Eilon
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 35 (2), 192-208, 2004
Developing and evaluating the social axioms survey in eleven countries: Its relationship with the five-factor model of personality
K Leung, BCP Lam, MH Bond, LG Conway III, LJ Gornick, B Amponsah, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (5), 833-857, 2012
Parent–child role reversal and psychological adjustment among immigrant youth in Israel.
O Oznobishin, J Kurman
Journal of Family Psychology 23 (3), 405, 2009
Social axioms and values: A cross‐cultural examination
K Leung, A Au, X Huang, J Kurman, T Niit, KK Niit
European Journal of Personality 21 (2), 91-111, 2007
What predicts household waste management behaviors? Culture and type of behavior as moderators
KK Mintz, L Henn, J Park, J Kurman
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 145, 11-18, 2019
Self-regulation strategies in achievement settings: Culture and gender differences
J Kurman
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 32 (4), 491-503, 2001
Self-enhancement, generality of self-evaluation, and affectivity in Israel and Singapore
J Kurman, N Sriram
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 28 (4), 421-441, 1997
Promotion, prevention or both: Regulatory focus and culture revisited
J Kurman, CM Hui
Online Readings in Psychology and Culture 5 (3), 3, 2011
Keeping culture in mind: A systematic review and initial conceptualization of mentalizing from a cross-cultural perspective.
E Aival-Naveh, L Rothschild-Yakar, J Kurman
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 26 (4), e12300, 2019
Self‐enhancement, self‐regulation and self‐improvement following failures
J Kurman
British Journal of Social Psychology 45 (2), 339-356, 2006
Gender, self-enhancement, and self-regulation of learning behaviors in junior high school
J Kurman
Sex Roles 50, 725-735, 2004
Regulatory focus as an explanatory variable for cross-cultural differences in achievement-related behavior
J Kurman, GA Liem, T Ivancovsky, H Morio, J Lee
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 46 (2), 171-190, 2015
Attachment, self-esteem and test anxiety in adolescence and early adulthood
O Dan, O Bar Ilan, J Kurman
Educational Psychology 34 (6), 659-673, 2014
Measured cross-cultural differences in self-enhancement and the sensitivity of the self-enhancement measure to the modesty response
J Kurman
Cross-Cultural Research 36 (1), 73-95, 2002
Academic self‐concept, accuracy of perceived ability and academic attainment
Y Eshel, J Kurman
British Journal of Educational Psychology 61 (2), 187-196, 1991
Is self-enhancement negatively related to constructive self-criticism? Self-enhancement and self-criticism in Israel and in Japan
J Kurman, C Yoshihara-Tanaka, T Elkoshi
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 34 (1), 24-37, 2003
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