Culture and Psychology / Edition 1

Culture and Psychology / Edition 1

by David Matsumoto, Matsumoto
     
 

ISBN-10: 0534232205

ISBN-13: 9780534232207

Pub. Date: 07/28/1995

Publisher: Cengage Learning


David Matsumoto uses cross-cultural research as a platform to evaluate psychology as we know it and shows readers how to develop their own critical thinking skills. He encourages readers to raise questions about traditional knowledge and theories and to investigate the world around them so they can reap the benefits of diversity and turn its challenges into assets

Overview


David Matsumoto uses cross-cultural research as a platform to evaluate psychology as we know it and shows readers how to develop their own critical thinking skills. He encourages readers to raise questions about traditional knowledge and theories and to investigate the world around them so they can reap the benefits of diversity and turn its challenges into assets.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780534232207
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
07/28/1995
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
368
Product dimensions:
6.41(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.58(d)

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Table of Contents


1. Introduction. 2. Understanding Culture: What Is It? 3. Culture, Self, and Personality: The Influence of Culture on Our Sense of Self and Personality. 4. Cross-Cultural Research Methods: Issues in the Conduct of Studies Across Cultures: Why It Is Important to Understand Cross-Cultural Research Methods. 5. Enculturation, Socialization, and Development: Cultural Differences in Development and Development of Culture. 6. Cultural Influences on Organizations and the World of Work: Leadership, Management, and Productivity. 7. Culture and Intergroup Relations: Cultural and Psychological Influences on Ethnocentrism and Stereotypes. 8. Culture and Social Behavior: Intergroup Behavior, Attributions, and Stereotypes. 9. Culture and Basic Psychological Processes: Perception, Cognition, and Intelligence. 10. Culture and Gender: Cultural Similarities and Differences in Gender Roles. 11. Culture and Health: Sociocultural Influences on Health, Illness, and Health Care Delivery. 12. The Diversity of Human Feeling: Cultural Similarities and Differences in the Expression, Perception, and Experience of Emotion. 13. Culture and Language: The Relationship Between Culture, Language, and Worldview. 14. Culture and Communication: The Nonverbal Dimension. 15. Conclusion. References. Indexes.

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