Human behavior in global perspective: an introduction to cross-cultural psychology

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Allyn and Bacon, Mar 2, 1999 - Psychology - 399 pages
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This book emphasizes the need to explore human behavior in its socio-cultural context. Designed for upper level undergraduate courses or graduate level courses.

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The Centrality of Learning
Anthropological Perspectives on Culture
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Marshall Segall is Professor Emeritus of Social and Political Psychology in the Maxwell School at Syracuse University. He has also taught at Columbia University, the State University of Iowa and Makerere University in Uganda. He has co-authored a number of textbooks and monographs on cross-cultural psychology and served as President of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology and President for the Interdisciplinary Society for Cross-Cultural Research.

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