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Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Introductory Psychology (with InfoTrac)This book, containing 27 articles on cultural groups around the globe, is an ideal companion volume to any introductory psychology text. Each cross-cultural reading or vignette enriches the traditional material of the course. These articles were specifically chosen to increase student understanding of the similarities and differences among the peoples of the world as they relate to psychological principles, concepts, and issues….

Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Introductory PsychologyHow well do the concepts of western psychology apply to non-western cultures? What can we learn about human behavior from cultures different from our own? These and similar questions lie behind a collection of original articles written by William F. Price and Rich Crapo. The book draws on examples from around the world to provide a multicultural view of human behavior. Each reading begins with an intriguing question about behavior which is then explored through cross-cultural research….

Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Introductory Psychology (with InfoTrac) by William F. Price (2001-08-09)How well do the concepts of western psychology apply to non-western cultures? What can we learn about human behavior from cultures different from our own? These and similar questions lie behind a collection of original articles written by William F. Price and Rich Crapo. The book draws on examples from around the world to provide a multicultural view of human behavior. Each reading begins with an intriguing question about behavior which is then explored through cross-cultural research….

Cross-cultural Perspectives in Introductory Psychology by William Price (1998-09-24)How well do the concepts of western psychology apply to non-western cultures? What can we learn about human behavior from cultures different from our own? These and similar questions lie behind a collection of original articles written by William F. Price and Rich Crapo. The book draws on examples from around the world to provide a multicultural view of human behavior. Each reading begins with an intriguing question about behavior which is then explored through cross-cultural research….