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Handbook of Culture and Psychology

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ISBN-10: 0190679743

ISBN-13: 9780190679743

Edition: 2nd 2019

Authors: David Matsumoto, Hyisung C. Hwang

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Cultural and cross-cultural psychology and research continue to make strong contributions to mainstream psychology. Researchers and theoreticians from all parts of the globe increasingly contribute to this endeavor, enabling cultural and cross-cultural psychology and research to be one of the most exciting areas of study in psychology. This book describes the continued evolution and advancement of the main research domains of cultural and cross-cultural psychology. Renowned authors not only review the state-of-the-art in their respective fields but also describe the challenges and opportunities that their respective research domains face in the future. New chapters cover the teaching of a…    
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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2019
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/19/2019
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 880
Size: 10.12" wide x 7.20" long x 2.20" tall
Weight: 3.850
Language: English

David Matsumoto is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Culture and Emotion Research Laboratory at San Francisco State University. He has studied culture, emotion, social interaction and communication for 20 years, and has written over 250 works in these areas. His books include well-known titles such as CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGY: PEOPLE AROUND THE WORLD (2nd edition; translated into Dutch and Japanese), THE HANDBOOK OF CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGY (Oxford University Press; translated into Russian), and THE NEW JAPAN (Intercultural Press). He is the recipient of many awards and honors, including being named a G. Stanley Hall lecturer by the American Psychological Association.