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

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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.

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文中的这两个学生的名字是Kaiping Peng和Morris, Michael, 他们用鱼的做model合作的论文就是这篇

 

http://psycnet.apa.org/index.cfm?fa=buy.optionToBuy&id=1995-09449-001,发在心理学中还不错的一个Journal上Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, IF=3.172

 

 

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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 a varied 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.

 

 

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Culture and cause: American and Chinese attributions for social and physical events.
By Morris, Michael W.; Peng, Kaiping
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 1994 Dec Vol 67(6) 949-971
Abstract
Argue that attribution patterns reflect implicit theories acquired from induction and socialization and hence differentially distributed across human cultures. In particular, the authors tested the hypothesis that dispositionalism in attribution for behavior reflects a theory of social behavior more widespread in individualist than collectivist cultures. Study 1 demonstrated that causal perceptions of social events but not physical events differed between American and Chinese students. Study 2 found English-language newspapers were more dispositional and Chinese-language newspapers were more situational in explanations of the same crimes. Study 3 found that Chinese survey respondents differed in weightings of personal dispositions and situational factors as causes of recent murders and in counterfactual judgments about how murders might have been averted by changed situations. Implications for issues in cognitive, social, and organizational psychology are discussed.
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似乎还是“the very”比较象。

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原帖由 jjmm 于 2008-9-7 18:56 发表 似乎还是“the very”比较象。

 

 嗯,本觉得very怪怪的,是自己很少这样用。。。8过总觉得冠词听到的是a ~

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原帖由 春山如笑 于 2008-9-7 19:31 发表 嗯,本觉得very怪怪的,是自己很少这样用。。。8过总觉得冠词听到的是a ~

偶也听到的是a,不过偶不相信自己~
后来想了想,觉得大概是the very foundation的意思
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俺觉得这里very应该是 特定的那一个...    这类意思,

好像这种意思前用的一般都是 the ,我感觉有点强调的意思

 

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我记得我刚进来的时候一直看见JJMM的勒,消失了好长一段时间啊

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.

 

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Homework How does the culture around us shape the sense of ourselves and the the way we view the world? From how we interpret behaviour to the way we experience psychological distress, culture psychology, this time on discovering psychology. What is culture?Is it the clothes we wear? Were they the languages we speak? Is it the food we eat? Were they the food we d*? 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. It is the very s* of our psychis. How we think? What we feel? How we relate others? Who we think we are? All depend on the culture around us. Even how we interpret behaviour can review how our culture shapes us. What do you see happening in this aquarium? Is this fish a brave fish all going along on her own? Or has she been kicked out of the school for not following the rules? Kai Pingpong at the University of Berklin, with his colleague working at Standarford University ** study how people from east Asia and North America interpret behaviour differently. They've developed a method which uses a cartoon of fish torepresent 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 /? 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 / 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 Peng of the University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Michael Mars 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.

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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 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 Peng of the University of California at Berkeley and his colleague Michael Mars 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.

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