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    Title: The Effect of Significant Other's Advice on Forgiveness in Chinese Culture
    Authors: 林佳苹
    Lin, Chia-Ping
    Sun, Chien-Ru
    Contributors: 心理系
    Keywords: advice;Chinese culture;forgiveness;hurt scenarios;relationship;the significant other
    Date: 2017-12
    Issue Date: 2018-10-08 14:42:51 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: We investigated the possible impact of significant others on Chinese people's decision to forgive. Past research has mainly focused on the effect of the victim's attributions regarding the offender's motivation on the decision to forgive. We suggested that because Chinese people have an interdependent self-construal that emphasizes relationalism, a significant other's opinion may play an important role in the decision to forgive. In Experiment 1, 113 participants were asked to imagine that they were victims in 3 types of hurt scenarios caused by their partner (i.e., money loss, relationship damage, and involving other people). They were then randomly assigned to one of the following advice situations: Advice from parents, from a good friend, or the no-advice control condition. The degree of forgiveness was submitted to an advice condition by hurt scenario ANOVA, with the hurt scenarios as a within-subjects variable. We found that advice from a good friend worked especially well in the relationship damage and involving other people situations. Participants reported a significantly higher level of forgiveness in those conditions than in the no-advice condition. Experiment 2 aimed at examining the nature of the advice from the significant other. A total of 88 participants were asked to write down the most harmful interaction they had previously experienced, and then were randomly assigned to a 3 (bogus forgiveness inclination feedback: already forgiven/not forgiven yet/control)×2 (advice condition: false forgiveness advice from a good friend/no advice) between-subjects design. The result indicated that instead of facilitating the decision to forgive, the significant other played a role in deciding whether or not to forgive. That is, the decision to forgive could be altered by the advice of the significant other.
    Relation: 本土心理學研究, No.48, pp.3-55
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/ 10.6254/2017.48.3
    DOI: 10.6254/2017.48.3
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