Thinking across Cultures

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APPENDIX
Middle Category Response by Language and Nationality
Subject*Q29Q30Q34Q43Q44TotalMean
JJT 7935.9%64.1%75.5%--175.5%58.5%
JET 797.315.565.5--88.329.4
Difference in %87.229.1
JJH 8231.660.382.461.050.0285.057.1
JEH 829.812.068.459.445.9195.539.1
Difference in %89.518.0
AJH 8214.335.785.650.050.0235.747.1
AEH 827.128.692.942.97.1178.635.7
Difference in %57.111.2
AJH 8612.533.379.262.545.8233.346.7
AEH 862.011.870.643.119.6147.129.4
Difference in %86.217.3
AEH 827.014.176.844.031.0172.934.6
AEH 862.714.973.638.534.5164.232.8
Difference in %
ADM 865.416.267.640.537.8167.533.5
AAM 8610.28.249.028.624.5120.524.1
Difference in %47.09.4
*Note.JJT 79 = Tsukuba University students in Japanese ( 1979)
JET 79 = Tsukuba University students in English ( 1979)
JJH 82 = Japanese students in Hawaii in Japanese ( 1982)
JEH 82 = Japanese students in Hawaii in English ( 1982)
AJH 82 = American students at Univ. of Hawaii in Japanese ( 1982)
AEH 82 = American students at Univ. of Hawaii in English ( 1982)
AJH 86 = American students at Univ. of Hawaii in Japanese ( 1986)
AEH 86 = American students at Univ. of Hawaii in English ( 1986)
AEH 82 = University of Hawaii students in English ( 1982)
AEH 85 = University of Hawaii students in English ( 1985)
AEM 86 = Arab students in the U.S. in English ( 1985-1986)
AAM 86 = Arab students in the U.S. in Arabic ( 1985-1986)

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