By Abraham Tesser, Norbert Schwarz
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Studies of open-ended descriptions have similarly shown that Americans typically describe themselves in more positive terms than do Japanese (Ip & Bond, 1995; Kanagawa, Cross, & Markus, 1999). For example, the self-descriptions of a representative sample of nearly 1,600 American adults were observed to include about four to five times as many positive attributes as negative ones (Herzog, Franks, Markus, & Holmberg, 1994). g. g. “I’m not lazy”) (Yeh, 1995). Similar types of cultural differences have been observed in attributions made for success and failure.
For example, it has been shown that Japanese do not enhance certain culturally salient aspects of the self, such as the valued interpersonal traits of perseverance, adaptability, etc. and tend to score lower than do Canadians on measures of collective self-esteem (Heine & Lehman, 1997b). Whereas Japanese enhance certain interpersonal aspects of the self, such as their close relationships (Endo, Heine, & Lehman, in press) and family names (Kitayama & Karasawa, 1997), this tendency is accompanied by other-enhancing stances which are not observed among North Americans.
Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Intraindividual Processes by Abraham Tesser, Norbert Schwarz