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Lega, Leonor I. – Migration Today, 1983
This report, based on data collected from 166 Cuban refugees who registered with the International Rescue Committee, Catholic Charities, or Church World Service, explores refugees' (1) hopes and fears upon arrival, (2) expectations about how they would be received by Cubans and non-Cubans, (3) appraisal of the Cuban situation before departure, and…
Descriptors: Cubans, Expectation, Foreign Countries, Hispanic Americans
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Lega, Leonor I. – Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 1981
The Colombian version of the test met acceptable requirements of reliability and construct validity for use in cross-cultural research. Use of the back-translation method ensured equivalency of the Colombian and the English versions, and items in the Colombian version carried the same meaning as those in the original English version. (Author/CM)
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Cross Cultural Studies, Foreign Countries, Pilot Projects
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Garcia, Margarita; Lega, Leonor I. – Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 1979
The Cuban Behavioral Identity Questionnaire is a short, eight-item questionnaire answerable in a seven-point Likert-scale format. It inquires as to the frequency with which respondents engage in several ethnic behaviors and the degree to which they are familiar with Cuban idiomatic expressions and Cuban artists/musicians. (Author/NQ)
Descriptors: Behavior Patterns, Cubans, Data Analysis, Data Collection
Coll, Joan H.; Lega, Leonor – 1981
Conceptual level is a personal characteristic that describes persons on a developmental hierarchy of increasing conceptual complexity, self-responsibility, and independence. The relationship between gender and conceptual level was explored in a group of 70 male and 63 female college students. The This I Believe Test (TIB) was administered to…
Descriptors: Abstract Reasoning, Attribution Theory, Beliefs, Cognitive Development