Cross Cultural Psychology
The Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology publishes exclusively cross-cultural research reports. Its main emphasis is on empirical research wherein independent variables as influenced by culture may attain different values and the subjects are from at least two different cultural groups. The concern is with individual differences and variation across cultures rather than with societal variation (e.g., sociology). Research exclusively including as subjects members of ethnic minorities within one country must be replicable among or across clearly distinguishable culture groups. Contributions from disciplines other than psychology are encouraged, but all papers should report the results of empirical investigations. A brochure containing general information about JCCP, its scope, and editorial policies is available from any member of the Editorial Board or the publisher.