On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Describe how culture influences human behavior; Explain how the creation of theories of Psychology and the identification of problems and issues is culturally determined; Formulate concept of intelligence, creativity, self, etc. within/between cultures; Discuss ethical issues within multiculturality research in Psychology.
- Contributions to Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understanding People in Context;
- The Scientific Foundation of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: The Transactional Approach;
- The Importance of Constructive Realism for the Indigenous Psychologies Approach;
- Constructive Realism and Confucian Relationalism: An Epistemological Strategy for the Development of Indigenous Psychology;
- From Decolonizing Psychology to the Development of a Cross-Indigenous Perspective in Methodology;
- Family and Socialization: Indigenous Psychological Perspective;
- Cognitive Processes: Indigenous Psychological Perspective;
- Self and Personality: Indigenous Psychological Perspective.
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