The Influence of Cultural Background Information on Emotional Body Language Recognition

This study investigates how cultural background influences emotion recognition, particularly in relation to emotional body language (EBL). The findings reveal that cultural context significantly impacts individuals' ability to recognize and interpret EBL, highlighting the importance of considering cultural nuances in cross-cultural communication.

The individualism and collectivism of culture characteristics and their influence on emotional contagion

This research explores the cultural characteristics of Chinese college students, noting the evolving shift towards individualism while maintaining interdependent self-construction. The study, conducted through World Values Survey analysis and questionnaire-based assessments, reveals an increasing trend of individualistic behaviors among the younger generation, yet highlights the persistent influence of interdependence on emotional contagion abilities, particularly noting a negative correlation between anxious contagion and independent self-construction.

More Modern, More Arousal? Ideal Affect in Cultural and Psychological changes during the social transformation in China

This study investigates the impact of cultural shifts on individual values, focusing on changes in ideal affect (IA) and emotional patterns from Traditionality to Modernity in Chinese society. Findings suggest that individuals with modern values exhibit higher arousal in their ideal affect, influencing emotional body language (EBL) recognition, while those with traditional values tend towards lower arousal and neutrality, indicating a correlation between cultural changes and emotional perception.

From “Studying Abroad Fever” to “Returning Home Wave”: Psychological and Behavioral Effects of Returnee’s Reverse Culture Shock.

This article focuses on the psychological and behavioral consequences of reverse culture shock experienced by returnees, emphasizing its impact on cognition, affect, interpersonal relationships, and sociocultural adaptation. The study aims to contribute scientific evidence and empirical support to assist government and higher education institutions in formulating informed policies for the well-being of returnees.