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[探索发现] 【整理】2008-09-07 Cultural Psychology 文化心理学-1

Cultural Psychology 心理


This newly emerging field is integrating cross-cultural research with social and personality psychology, anthropology, and other social sciences. Its main new perspective is centered on how cultures construct selves and other central aspects of individual personality, beliefs, values, and emotions — much of what we are and do. This area is increasing interaction of people from different cultural backgrounds, and emerging issues of diversity.





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Funding for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching.

How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? ‘Cultural Psychology’, this time on Discovering Psychology.

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

Culture is all of these things and more. Beyond rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are all depend on the culture around us.

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

Kaiping Peng of the University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which uses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-8 21:08 编辑 ]

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Counting for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching. How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world. From how we interpret the behavior to the way we experience psychological stress. Culture psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the food we eat, or the food we dote? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. The unrichers, dancers and /dailex/, it is very scaffolding of our self-esteems, how we think, what we feel, how we relate to all these, and who we think we are all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret the behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you think happen in this quirian, is this fish a brave fish going alone on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules.

 

//of university of California at Burkley, and his colleague Mike Malls of Stanford University, said how people from east Asia and north America interpret behaviors differently, then, developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

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Founding with this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching. How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. They are ritualsdances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

 

Kaiping Pang of University of California at Burkley, and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University, is studying how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

[ 本帖最后由 may_pb 于 2008-9-7 10:22 编辑 ]
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Counting for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching. How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. They are rituals, dances and dialects. It is a very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

 

Kaiping Pang of University of California at Burkley, and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford Universitystudy how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They've developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

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Funding with this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching.

 

How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. They are rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

 

Kaiping Pang of University of California at Berkley, and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University, study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-7 17:54 编辑 ]

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//撞车了,自行改为homework.


Founding for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching. How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural Psychology, this time on Discovering Psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. They are rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going alone on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

 

Kaiping Pang of University of California at Berkeley, and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University, study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

 

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-7 17:56 编辑 ]


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Founding for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching. How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. They are rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret the behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she  kicked that school for not following the rules?

 

Kaiping Pang of University of California at Berkley, and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University, is studying how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

[ 本帖最后由 bfandxf 于 2008-9-7 10:56 编辑 ]
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Counting for this program is provided by Annenberg/CDV to advance excellent teaching.How does the culture around us shape our sense of ourself,and the way we view the world.From  how we interpret the behavior to the way we experience the psychology  depress. Cultural psychology.This time i am discovering psychology.

What 's the culture? Is it the clothes we wear  or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat or the foods we don't? Is itthe way we worship or the   we create? Is it where we live or the ways we play? culture is all of the things and more:the  :the  dances and dialects s.iIt is a scapen thing about what we suffice: how you think what you feel; how we relet to others or who we think we are .All depend  and the culture around us.Even how we interpret the behavior can we  view how culture shapes us . What do you see are happening in the square.In this station,Brave fish are going along or home or has been kept down at school for not following the rules . Kapingpang of  California University a collegue of Marco Mars from Stanford University said how people form  East Asia and North America interpret the behavior differently. There are the developed messege which  chooses cartoon's  fish to represent social interaction.

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Funding with this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching.

 

How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things and more. Beyond rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

 

Kaiping Pang of University of California at Berkeley, and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University, study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. Bended out the method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

 

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那偶来帮你改吧 ---sylvia

 

How does the culture around us shape our sense of ourselves and the way we view the world. From how interprete the beheviour to the way we experience psychological distress. Culture psychology this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture is it the clothes we wear, or the language we speak, is it the food we eat or the food we don’ t is it the way we worship or the art we create is it where we live and or the ways we play. Culture is all of these things and more, beyond ritual dances and dialects, it is a very scaffolding of our psyches, how we think what we feel how we related others and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interprete behaviour can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquaria, is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or had she been kicked out of school for not following the rule.

 

Kaipingpang of university of california at berkeley and his colleague Michael Mars at stand for university study how people from east-asia and north america interprete behaviours differently.  Bended out the method which choose fish to represent social interreactions.

 

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[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-7 17:59 编辑 ]
好好学习,天天向上。

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Funding for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching.

How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural Psychology, this time on Discovering Psychology.

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear, or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat, or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play?

Culture is all of these things and more. Beyond rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules?

Kaiping Pang of the University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which chooses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

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Founding for this program is provided by Annenberg/CUB to advance excellent teaching.

How does the culture around us shape our sense of sefl and the way we view the world, from how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress. Culture Psychology—this time on discovering psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear? Or the language we speak? Is it the foods we eat or the foods we don’t? Is it the way we worship, or the art we create? Is it where we live, or the ways we play.

 

Culture is all of these things and more. They are rituals, dances and dialects. It is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us. Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us.

 

What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own? Or had she been kicked out of the school for not following the rules.

 

Kai pingpang of University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Michael Morris of Stanford University, study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. Then develop the method which chooses cartoons of fishes to represent social interactions.

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Funding for this program is provided by Annenberg/CPB, to advance excellent teaching.

 

How does the culture around us shape our sense of self and the way we view the world? From how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress? Cultural Psychology, this time on Discovery Psychology.

 

What is culture? Is it the cloth we wear or the languages we speak? Is it the foods we eat or the foods we dote? Is it the way we worship or the art we create? Is it where we live or the ways we play?

 

Culture is all of these things, and more, they are rituals, dances and dialects. It is a very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think? What we feel? How we relate others and who we think we are? All depend on the culture around us.

 

Even how we interpret behavior can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquaria? Is this fish a brave fish going alone on her own or has she been kicked out of school for not following the rules? Kaiping Peng of the University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Michael Maras of Stanford University study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have developed a method which uses cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-7 17:52 编辑 ]
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Founding for this programme is provided by Annenberg/CPB to advance excellent teaching.
How does the culture around us shape our sense of selves and the way we view the world. From how we interpret behavior to the way we experience psychological distress. Cultural Psychology, this time on discovering psychology.

What is culture? Is it the clothes we wear or the language we speak? Is it the foods we eat or the foods we don't? Is it the way we worship or the art we create? Is it where we live or the ways we play.

Cluture is all of these things and more. Beyond rituals, dances and dialects. it is the very scaffolding of our psyches. How we think, what we feel, how we relate to others, and who we think we are, all depend on the culture around us.

Even how we interpret behaviour can reveal how culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium. Is this fish a brave fish going along on her own, or has she been kicked out of shcool for not following the rules.

Kai Pingpang of the University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Micheal Morris of Stanford University study how people from East Asia and North America interpret behaviors differently. They have builded the method which choose cartoons of fish to represent social interactions.

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