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Individuals from collectivistic societies tend to use unique personal achievements to define who they are.
Individuals from collectivistic societies tend to use unique personal achievements to define who they are. FALSE.
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Individuals from collectivistic societies tend to use unique personal achievements to define who they are. FALSE.
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