Contents: M. Schaller, L.G. Conway, C.S. Crandall, The Psychological Foundations of Culture: An Introduction. Part I:How Cultures Emerge at All.S. Solomon, J. Greenberg, J. Schimel, J. Arndt, T. Pyszczynski, Human Awareness of Mortality and the Evolution of Culture. H.C. Harton, M.J. Bourgeois, Cultural Elements Emerge From Dynamic Social Impact. I.Y-M. Lau, S-L. Lee, C-Y. Chiu, Language, Cognition, and Reality: Constructing Shared Meanings Through Communication. L. Richter, A.W. Kruglanski, Motivated Closed Mindedness and the Emergence of Culture. Part II:How Specific Cultural Norms Arise.D. Krebs, M. Janicki, Biological Foundations of Moral Norms. A. Norenzayan, S. Atran, Cognitive and Emotional Processes in the Cultural Transmission of Natural and Nonnatural Beliefs. H. Arrow, K.L. Burns, Self-Organizing Culture: How Norms Emerge in Small Groups. C.S. Crandall, M. Schaller, Scientists and Science: How Individual Goals Shape Collective Norms. Part III:How Cultures Persist and Change Over Time.A. McIntyre, A. Lyons, A. Clark, Y. Kashima, The Microgenesis of Culture: Serial Reproduction as an Experimental Simulation of Cultural Dynamics. D.A. Prentice, E. Carranza, Sustaining Cultural Beliefs in the Face of Their Violation: The Case of Gender Stereotypes. J.A. Vandello, D. Cohen, When Believing Is Seeing: Sustaining Norms of Violence in Cultures of Honor. S.J. Heine, D.R. Lehman, Move the Body: Change the Self: Acculturative Effects on the Self-Concept. G. Adams, H.R. Markus, Epilogue: Toward a Conception of Culture Suitable for a Social Psychology of Culture.