Authors Amber Gayle Thalmayer (PI) , Sylvanus Job , Elizabeth N. Shino , Sarah L. Robinson

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Abstract Personality psychology relies heavily on evidence from North America and Europe. Lexical studies, based on the rationale that the most important psychological distinctions between people will be encoded in the natural languages, can provide input from underrepresented contexts by defining locally-relevant personality concepts and their structure. We report the results of a psycholexical study in Khoekhoegowab, the most widely spoken of southern Africa’s (non-Bantu) click languages. It include... >>
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