With applications throughout the social sciences, culture and psychology is a rapidly growing field that has experienced a surge in publications over the last decade. From this proliferation of books, chapters, and journal articles, exciting developments have emerged in the relationship of culture to cognitive processes, human development, psychopathology, social behavior, organizational behavior, neuroscience, language, marketing, and other topics. In recognition of this exponential growth, Advances in Culture and Psychology is the first annual series to offer state-of-the-art reviews of scholarly research in the growing field of culture and psychology.
The Advances in Culture and Psychology series is:
* Developing an intellectual home for culture and psychology research programs
* Fostering bridges and connections among cultural scholars from across the discipline
* Creating a premier outlet for culture and psychology research
* Publishing articles that reflect the theoretical, methodological, and epistemological diversity in the study of culture and psychology
* Enhancing the collective identity of the culture and psychology field
Comprising chapters from internationally renowned culture scholars and representing diversity in the theory and study of culture within psychology, Advances in Culture and Psychology is an ideal resource for research programs and academics throughout the psychology community.
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Michele J. Gelfand is Professor of Psychology and Distinguished University Scholar Teacher at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Chi-yue Chiu is Professor at Nanyang Business School at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.
Ying-yi Hong is Professor at Nanyang Business School at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and Professor at the School of Psychology at Beijing Normal University in China.
The breadth of research represented throughout these volumes speaks to one of the editors many aims?to be representative of the diversity in the field. As such, the present series is a good resource for any scholar in psychology interested in how culture may or may not affect a variety of behavioral research areas. With regard to models of behavioral differentiation, the series includes a number of theories improving on basic dichotomized and stagnant models of culture. The series paints an all-encompassing picture of where the field of cultural psychology stands with regard to theory and methodology, and would be ideal for anyone, either scholar or student, interested in how culture interacts with well-studied psychological phenomena.
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