Chinese thinking patterns or errors

Foo, Koong Hean (2009) Chinese thinking patterns or errors. In: [Presented at the New Zealand Psychological Society's Annual Conference]. From: New Zealand Psychological Society's Annual Conference, 27-30 August 2009, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

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Chinese Thinking/Errors

Attitude/Belief towards Relationships:

-Filial piety - relating to face, entails loyalty, devotion, respect and obedience to one's parents, especially the father, and the family's name

-Matching Label: Emotional Reasoning; Should & Must; Needing Approval; Avoidance; The Past

-New Label: Filial Piety

Examples:

- "It is my duty to look after my parents and/or grandparents. They come before anything else."

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