Critical and Creative Thinking by Matt Baker, Rick Rudd, Carol Pomeroy

By Matt Baker, Rick Rudd, Carol Pomeroy

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Here the linkages between human behavior and the sociocultural context are proposed. Together, the sequence of ecology–culture–behavior came to be part of thinking about how to account for psychological similarities 12 Introduction to cross-cultural psychology and differences around the world. This theme was carried forward by those who worked in the field of “culture and personality” (such as Kardiner & Linton, 1945; Whiting, 1974; see ch. , Berry, 1966, 1976a; Troadec, 2000). The framework used in this text is part of this long tradition of thinking about human diversity, continuing its use in the first edition of this text2 and in Segall et al.

Together, the sequence of ecology–culture–behavior came to be part of thinking about how to account for psychological similarities 12 Introduction to cross-cultural psychology and differences around the world. This theme was carried forward by those who worked in the field of “culture and personality” (such as Kardiner & Linton, 1945; Whiting, 1974; see ch. , Berry, 1966, 1976a; Troadec, 2000). The framework used in this text is part of this long tradition of thinking about human diversity, continuing its use in the first edition of this text2 and in Segall et al.

Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon. The three-volume handbook consists of thirty-one chapters which together represent the state of the art in much of crosscultural psychology. This source is recommended as a first entry to a broader literature for a reader who wishes to learn more about a topic. Brislin, R. (1997). ). Fort Worth, TX: Harcourt. Brislin’s text deals more than the present one with aspects of social behavior, paying ample attention to major dimensions on which cultural populations tend to be distinguished, like individualism–collectivism.

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