Invariances in the architecture of pride across small-scale societies

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Vol/Iss. 115(33) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Published In Pages: 8322-8327
By Sznycer, Daniel, Xygalatas, Dimitris, Alami, Sarah, An, Xiao-Fen, Ananyeva, Kristina I., Fukushima, Shintaro, Hitokoto, Hidefumi, Kharitonov, Alexander N. , Koster, Jeremy M., Onyishi, Charity N. , Onyishi, Ike E. , Romero, Pedro P. , Takemura, Kosuke, Zhuang, Jin-Ying, Cosmides, Leda, Tooby, John


Personal pride is positively associated with valuation by others cross-culturally


Researchers performed a correlation between each community studied, reporting a range of p-values and a mean r value. Some correlations were significant while others were not.


Test NameSupportSignificanceCoefficientTail
Pearson r correlationPartially Supportedp-value range: 0.001-0.98Mean r=0.29 (range: -0.62-0.87)UNKNOWN


Variable NameVariable Type OCM Term(s)
PrideUNKNOWNSocial Personality
Valuation by othersUNKNOWNSocial Relationships And Groups