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Judul Handbook of advances in culture and psychology, volume 6
Nomor Panggil e20470574
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Penerbitan Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016
Kata Kunci culture · psychology · neuroscience · mental health · biculturalism · stereotype ·
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Deskripsi Fisik 299 pages : illustration
Tautan http://www.oxfordscholarship.com/view/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190458850.001.0001/acprof-9780190458850?rskey=SVGHHh&result=2
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Volume 6 of the Advances in Culture and Psychology series showcases cutting-edge contributions from internationally renowned culture scholars who span the discipline of culture and psychology and represent diversity in the theory and study of culture within psychology. In this volume, Michael Cole and Martin Packer first present their cultural-historical activity theory and how it can help to formulate a meta-theory that can further organize cultural developmental science. Next, in his chapter on cultural neuroscience, Shihui Han presents his research program on cultural differences in neurocognitive representation of the self with a special focus on elf-face recognition and self-reflection Nolan Zane and Cindy Huang then focus on cultural issues in mental health treatment and summarize a program of research dedicated to examining the disparities in mental health treatments and outcomes for ethnic minority groups, and in the identification of critical cultural factors associated with treatment processes and outcomes for these groups. Next, in her chapter on Spanish/English bilingualism, Aída Hurtado presents a social psychological analysis that shows that Spanish is not only a communication tool but also a marker of group membership in an ethnic group with numerous implications for the treatment of bilingual speakers. Susan Fiske and Federica Durante present their program of research on the stereotype content model, and its antecedents, consequences, and moderators. Lastly, Catherine Cramton presents her research program concerning globally distributed or virtual work teams and their promise and challenges.
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520Volume 6 of the Advances in Culture and Psychology series showcases cutting-edge contributions from internationally renowned culture scholars who span the discipline of culture and psychology and represent diversity in the theory and study of culture within psychology. In this volume, Michael Cole and Martin Packer first present their cultural-historical activity theory and how it can help to formulate a meta-theory that can further organize cultural developmental science. Next, in his chapter on cultural neuroscience, Shihui Han presents his research program on cultural differences in neurocognitive representation of the self with a special focus on elf-face recognition and self-reflection Nolan Zane and Cindy Huang then focus on cultural issues in mental health treatment and summarize a program of research dedicated to examining the disparities in mental health treatments and outcomes for ethnic minority groups, and in the identification of critical cultural factors associated with treatment processes and outcomes for these groups. Next, in her chapter on Spanish/English bilingualism, Aída Hurtado presents a social psychological analysis that shows that Spanish is not only a communication tool but also a marker of group membership in an ethnic group with numerous implications for the treatment of bilingual speakers. Susan Fiske and Federica Durante present their program of research on the stereotype content model, and its antecedents, consequences, and moderators. Lastly, Catherine Cramton presents her research program concerning globally distributed or virtual work teams and their promise and challenges.
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