Help cross-cultural researchers around the globe understand the influences of international culture on how people develop growth mindsets at work!
The Psi Chi International Honour Society’s Network for International Collaborative Exchange (NICE): CROWD is recruiting participants for The Effect of Culture on Implicit Self-Theories study.
The purpose of this research is to examine the influences of international culture on how people develop the growth mindset at work.
Understanding the role culture plays in the development of implicit self-theories will be key to helping individuals protect their health through adjusting to their workplace in an international context, helping organizations understand how workplace structure and environment impact employees’ well-being, and better understanding how to support minority groups in global organizational settings. This study will also respond to a growing call for large-scale samples examining the development of implicit self-theories cross-culturally, especially within organizational contexts.
Participants must be 18 years old or older, be able to read and write in English, currently live in Canada, and have a full-time job.
Participants will be asked to complete an online survey that will take approximately 10 to 20 minutes. The questionnaires will inquire about your cultural values, your subjective well-being, and your experiences in the workplace.
Participants can enter a draw to win a new pair of wireless earphones as compensation, valued at approximately $100 CAD.
Take the survey.
Visit the study website.