5 edition of Cultural Cognition and Psychopathology found in the catalog.
October 30, 2000
by Praeger Publishers
Written in English
|Contributions||John F. Schumaker (Editor), Tony Ward (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
Cognitive Psychology: Theory, Process, and Methodology introduces students to the main topics of study in this exciting field through an engaging presentation of how cognitive processes have been and continue to be studied by researchers. Using a student-friendly writing style and focusing on methodology, authors Dawn M. McBride and J. Cooper Cutting cover such core content as perception. different cultural contexts (Aborigines in Australia, Inuit in Canada, Baoule in Cote d'lvoire, and Kikuyu in Kenya). His present interests are in the area of "every- day cognition." He has recently co-authored two text- books in cross-cultural psychology with Marshall Segall, John Berry, and Ype Poortinga. struse words, "genetic epistemology.".
Psychology is a thriving field of research, particularly the study of the neural correlates of thought and behaviour. Here we gather together interviews about cutting-edge psychological research and its development over recent decades, as well as popular science books that summarise complex areas of study for the general reader. This book is ideal for graduate courses and seminars devoted to cognitive approaches to cultural studies and literary criticism. Contributors: Mary Thomas Crane, Nancy Easterlin, David Herman, Patrick Colm Hogan, Bruce McConachie, Alan Palmer, Alan Richardson, Ellen Spolsky, G. Gabrielle Starr, Blakey Vermeule, Lisa Zunshine.
tion provided by texts on cross-cultural psychology, culture isan impor-tant source o~ independent variables for the study of psychological dependent v~nables (e.g., Brislin, Lonner, and Thorndike, ). We have discussed the strengths and weaknesss of this approach to the study of culture and psychological processes at length elsewhere (Cole. tives. An examination of cultural variation in some aspects of cognition, emotion, and motivation will allow psychologists to ask exactly what is universal in these processes, and it has the potential to provide some new insights for theories of these psychological processes.
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An interdisciplinary volume which draws together the concepts of culture and cognition in the wider context of psychopathology. It provides new perspectives on the etiology, treatment, and prevention of psychopathology by challenging current individualistic models and assumptions, while offering new theoretical formulations that take account of the cultural foundation of the cognition Cited by: Cultural Cognition and Psychopathology book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. An interdisciplinary volume which draws together th Ratings: 0. An interdisciplinary volume which draws together the concepts of culture and cognition in the wider context of psychopathology.
It provides new perspectives on the etiology, treatment, and prevention of psychopathology by challenging current individualistic models and assumptions, while offering new theoretical formulations that take account of the cultural foundation of the cognition process.
Culture, cognition, and psychological individualism / Tod Sloan --Cultural cognition and psychopathology: anthropological perspectives / Harvey Whitehouse --Cultural sources of cognition / Charles Nuckolls --Cultural cognition and depression / John F. Schumaker --The cognitive socialization of stress and anxiety / Joseph Westermeyer and Eric.
Originally published instudies of cultural influences on cognition, carried out from a variety of theoretical and methodological stances, were collected for the first time in this volume. The editors placed particular emphasis on selecting material by authors from many countries who had been working with people from a wide range of cultures.
In a general introduction they provide an. The cultural cognition of risk, sometimes called simply cultural cognition, is the hypothesized tendency to perceive risks and related facts in relation to personal ch examining this phenomenon draws on a variety of social science disciplines including psychology, anthropology, political science, sociology, and stated objectives of this research are both to.
Although the social orientation hypothesis has received support as an explanation for the effect of culture on cognition, other possibilities remain (e.g.
[79, 80•]). Furthermore, cultural differences in cognitive styles are not static and can be moderated by a variety of factors, such as affect, context, and situational priming. Koo et al. These knowledge structures are lenses through which we interpret the world and guide our behaviour. The book will be welcomed by researchers and students working within the fields of psycholinguistics, anthropological linguistics, cognitive anthropology, cognitive psychology, cross-cultural psychology, and cognitive science.
CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGY, 5E illustrates why and how psychologists should account for cultural factors in their efforts to explain and understand behavior. The authors' cross-cultural framework gives students the tools necessary for evaluating psychology from a cultural perspective, while the inclusion of the most current research highlights the relationship between culture and psychology.
Cognitive Ecology identifies the richness of input to our sensory evaluations, from our cultural heritage and philosophies of aesthetics to perceptual cognition and judgment.
Integrating the arts, humanities, and sciences, Cognitive Ecology investigates the relationship of perception and cognition to wider issues of how science is conducted, and how the questions we ask about perception.
Culture & Cognition: Implications for Theory and Method. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc., I hope that this book will be read by more inquisitive minds in cognitive psychology and maybe even interest them in the topic.
This book is the fruit of many peoples' ideas and influences in the course of my academic development. (William A. Adams Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books) "This book decisively marks the entrance of cognitive science into the mainstream literary and cultural studies, offering the reader a daunting panorama of conceptual interbreeding." (Aristie Trendel Cercles) "This is the cutting edge of literary scholarship Reviews: 1.
The idea that culture can shape the way people think at these deep levels is a departure for psychology, which as a field traditionally assumed that basic cognitive processes are universal, according to Nisbett.
But it's an idea that has gained traction over the past decade or two. The Cultural Cognition Project is a group of scholars interested in studying how cultural values shape public risk perceptions and related policy beliefs.
Cultural cognition refers to the tendency of individuals to conform their beliefs about disputed matters of fact (e.g., whether humans are causing global warming; whether the death penalty deters murder; whether gun control makes society.
Cross-cultural psychology is the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes, including both their variability and invariance, under diverse cultural conditions. Through expanding research methodologies to recognize cultural variance in behavior, language, and meaning it seeks to extend and develop psychology.
Since psychology as an academic discipline was developed largely in. This book is an attempt to look at this issue of universals in thinking and understanding by providing a compendium of cross cultural investigations in the four major areas of cognitive psychology: (1) memory and knowledge representation, (2) language processing, (3).
As we have seen in many places in this book, the culture that we live in has a significant impact on the way we think about and perceive the world. Levy, S. R., & Dweck, C. Lay theories of personality: Cornerstones of meaning in social cognition.
Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 3(6), – doi: /j Ambitious and elegant, this book builds a bridge between evolutionary theory and cultural psychology. Michael Tomasello is one of the very few people to have done systematic research on the cognitive capacities of both nonhuman primates and human Cultural Origins of Human Cognition identifies what the differences are, and suggests where they might have come from.
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Psychological processes influence culture. Culture influences psychological processes. Individual thoughts and actions influence cultural norms and practices as they evolve over time, and these.
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This is for essential maintenance which will provide improved performance going forwards. Culture and cognitive development from a Piagetian perspective. In. Lonner, W. & Malpass, R. (Eds.), Psychology and culture (pp. Journal of Cross-Cultural.