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Cross-Cultural Research is the official journal of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research (SCCR). Founded in 1972, the purpose of the Society is to support and encourage interdisciplinary, comparative research that has as its objective the establishment of scientifically derived generalizations about human behavior. Members of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research receive Cross-Cultural Research as a benefit of membership. Back issues of the journal are available online only.

Aims & Scope of CCR

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

Table of Contents of CCR Volumes Since 1966

Editorial Board

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