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What is cross-cultural psychology?
1Introduction to cross-cultural psychology
Goals of cross-cultural psychology
Relationships with other disciplines
Ethnocentrism in psychology
A general framework for cross-cultural psychology
Further reading
2Cultural transmission and individual development
Cultural and biological transmission
Early development and caretaking
Enculturation and socialization
Conceptualizations of development
3Social behavior
Sociocultural context
Individualism and collectivism
Social cognition
Gender behavior
Key terms
4 Personality
Traits across cultures
Self in social context
Conceptions of the person
Altered states of consciousness
5 Cognition
General intelligence
Genetic epistemology
Cognitive styles
Contextualized cognition
Linguistic relativity
Universals in language
7 Emotion
Understanding “others”
Universality of emotions
Emotions as cultural states
Componential approaches
8 Perception
Historical roots
Sensory functions
Perception of patterns and pictures
Face recognition
Psychological esthetics
Conceptions of culture
9Approaches from cultural anthropology
Psychological anthropology
Cognitive anthropology
Evolution and adaptation
10Biology and culture
Behavior genetics
Models of cultural transmission
11 Methodological concerns
Qualitative methodology
Designing culture-comparative studies
Psychological data in cultural context
Analysis of equivalence
Classification of inferences
12Theoretical issues in cross-cultural psychology
Inferred antecedents
Absolutism, relativism, and universalism
Conceptualizations of behavior–culture relationships
Beyond current controversies?
13Acculturation and intercultural relations
Plural societies
Intercultural strategies
Psychological acculturation
Intercultural relations
Managerial behavior
Work values and motives
Intercultural communication
15Communication and training
Communication training
Culture and health
16Health behavior
Psychopathologies across cultures
Positive mental health
Cultural factors in psychotherapy
Cultural factors in health behavior
Ecology, population, and health
Psychology and national development
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Cross Culture Psychology

Cross Culture Psychology

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