The Culture and Cognition Lab investigates cultural differences between European North Americans and East Asians in perception, memory, categorization, prediction, judgment and decision making. Current research focuses on cultural differences in lay theories of change, and their applications in various areas; cultural differences in perception and representation of temporal information; culture, decision making, and cognitive heuristics; the relationship among culture, language and behavior; and culture, cognition, development and aging.
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Jul 7, 2023
Ji, Li-Jun, 2023, "Cultural Differences in the Construal of Suffering and the COVID-19 Pandemic",, Borealis, V1
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Feb 13, 2023
Ji, Li-Jun, 2020, "Judging a Book by Its Cover",, Borealis, V2, UNF:6:YqL4N3AQLNkc0xXikSQ5Rw== [fileUNF]
The world can be represented by two layers of information: how it appears on the outside (outward appearance) and what it is on the inside (inner state). To what extent an outward appearance is assumed to reflect the inner state is fundamental to social inference and judgments. C...
Feb 2, 2021
Ji, Li-Jun, 2021, "Culture, Aging, Self continuity and Life Satisfaction",, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:dKDcQAiCz66NidCphEoeiA== [fileUNF]
The present work examines how culture and age interact to influence self-continuity and life satisfaction. Specifically, we compared Canadian and Chinese young (17-26 years old) and older adults (60-88 years old) in their sense of self-continuity and life satisfaction. Consistent...
Sep 21, 2018
Ji, Li-Jun, 2018, "Culture, proximity to the past and future, and self-continuity",, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:UbPSOoLVEItgC1q2YzlTeg== [fileUNF]
The present research explores how culture influences individuals’ psychological proximity to the past and future, which may predict differences in perceived self-continuity across time. In Studies 1 and 2, we hypothesized and found that Chinese participants saw the past and futur...
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