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    Default Individualism-Collectivism Scale

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    T. M. Singelis, H. C. Triandis, D. P.S. Bhawuk, and M. J. Gelfand, "Horizontal and Vertical Dimensions of Individualism and Collectivism: A Theoretical and Measurement Refinement," Cross-Cultural Research 29 (August 1995), pp. 240-75.

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    Individualism: Refers to the extent that you value independence and personal uniqueness. Highly individualist people value personal freedom, self-sufficiency, control over their own lives, and appreciation of their unique qualities that distinguish them from others. The following graph shows the range of individualism in general. However, keep in mind that the average level of individualism is higher in some cultures (such as Canada) than in others.



    Collectivism: Refers to the extent that we value our duty to groups to which we belong, and to group harmony. Highly collectivist people define themselves by their group membership and value harmonious relationships within those groups. The following graph shows the range of collectivism in general. However, keep in mind that the average level of collectivism is lower in some cultures (such as Canada) than in others.

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    Your score was 36. The range of possible scores is from 8 to 40.

    Individualism
    Individualism refers to the extent that you value independence and personal uniqueness. Highly individualist people value personal freedom, self-sufficiency, control over their own lives, and appreciation of their unique qualities that distinguish them from others. The following graph shows the range of individualism in general. However, keep in mind that the average level of individualism is higher in some cultures (such as Canada) than in others.

    Your score was 29. The range of possible scores is from 8 to 40.

    Collectivism
    Collectivism refers to the extent that we value our duty to groups to which we belong, and to group harmony. Highly collectivist people define themselves by their group membership and value harmonious relationships within those groups. The following graph shows the range of collectivism in general. However, keep in mind that the average level of collectivism is lower in some cultures (such as Canada) than in others.
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    29 Individualism
    27 Collectivism

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    I got 29 on both.

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    Individualism: 39/40
    Collectivism: 20/40
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    Individualism: 30
    Collectivism: 24

    Meh

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    Individualism: 30/40
    Collectivisim: 34/40
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    Individualism 31
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    25 for both
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    So you can let go when you give it

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