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English | ISBN: 1119438403 | 2019 | 744 pages | PDF | 5 MB
The second edition of Cross-Cultural Psychology aims to put the key areas of psychology in cultural perspective via a comprehensive overview of current work integrating culture across major the subfields of psychological science. Chapters explore the relationship of culture to psychological phenomena in a sequence leading from introductory and research foundations to clinical and social principles and applications, covering the subfields of most importance to undergraduates and beginning graduates. These include consciousness, development, cognition, intelligence, personality, gender, personality, health, and well-being. Many chapters are brand new while others have been retained from the first edition but fully updated, making this edition more comprehensive than its predecessor. In addition to the need for good textbooks for dedicated courses in this area, there is also a need for good source material for instructors adopting the "infusion" approach to cultural concepts recommended by the APA. The book's structure makes it highly appropriate for either approach. It is richly documented with research findings and examples from many cultures, illuminating the strengths and limitations of North American psychology while also highlighting the diversity and vitality of this fascinating field.