People: Psychology from a Cultural Perspective
This book challenges many of the truths presented in introductory psychology textbooks. By discussing cultural similarities and differences in research findings in the United States, the book offers readers choices about a psychology that reflects their own diverse cultures and upbringings.
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A Definition of Culture
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How Cultures Influence
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