PSY 3050: Cultural Psychology
Summer I, Summer II, Fall, Spring,
$ USD 795
This course introduces students to the field of psychology, and examines the influence of culture on human behavior and cognitive processes. “Culture” is defined as the shared norms, values and behaviors of groups, and of the individuals within those groups. We will focus on such topics as cultural factors in self-concept, gender roles, motivation, cognition, emotions, relationships and social values.
Our exploration will be based on psychological theories, research, guest lecturers and field experiences.
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