PSYC 245 - Cross-Cultural Psychology
This course offers an introduction to the field of cross-cultural psychology. In this course, students study the cultural similarities and differences of human behavior and mental processes. Students examine how race, gender, religion, geography, language and other demographic variables influence the ways in which individuals maneuver through their worlds. Relevant topics include: cross-cultural research methodology; culture and perception; intelligence, universality of human emotions; motivation; human development and socialization; psychological disorders; social cognition and cultural values; andsocial interactions.
Flexible Core - Scientific World
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