WEIRD sampling in crosscultural psychology, should it not be less WEIRD and more representative?: The overrepresentation of individuals from Western educated industrialized and democratic countries as sample populations in cross-cultural psychology research

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WEIRD sampling in crosscultural psychology, should it not be less WEIRD and more representative?: The overrepresentation of individuals from Western educated industrialized and democratic countries as sample populations in cross-cultural psychology research

Type: Master thesis
Title: WEIRD sampling in crosscultural psychology, should it not be less WEIRD and more representative?: The overrepresentation of individuals from Western educated industrialized and democratic countries as sample populations in cross-cultural psychology research
Author: Veillard, Nathalie
Issue Date: 2017
Keywords: Cross-cultural psychology
WEIRD
Sampling issues
Supervisor: Pollet, Dr. T.Scheepers, Dr. D.
Faculty: Faculty of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Department: Psychology (Master)
Specialisation: Social and Organisational Psychology
ECTS Credits: 20
Evaluation: recommended
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/56361
 

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