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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Konstantin Kuznetsov
Influence of Individual Values and Creativity on Psychological Well-Being in Russia and USA
Applied Social Psychology
(Master’s programme)
2017
In this paper concepts of individual values, creativity and psychological well-being are studied on samples of Russian and American students. The authors address to the question of psychological differences between these cultures. The study suggests the existence of significant differences for scales of individual values, creativity and psychological well-being for Russia and America, and also relationships between these concepts. The study was carried out on 204 students from Moscow, Russia, and California, the USA. Country was a significant predictor for well-being in hierarchical regression analysis. The authors assume that these results will add up to previous studies of individual values, creativity and psychological well-being in cross-cultural context.

KEY WORDS: individual values, psychological well-being, creativity, openness to change values, conservation values, self-transcendence values, self-enhancement values

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