What is Cross-cultural psychology? Cross-cultural psychology is the study of how cultural and ethnic factors influence human behavior, cognition, and development. It involves the examination of similarities and differences in psychological processes across different cultures and ethnic groups. This field of study explores how culture affects the way people perceive themselves and others, their social interactions, and their mental and physical health. Cross-cultural psychologists use a variety of methods, including observation, surveys, and experiments, to investigate cultural differences and similarities in psychological processes. They seek to understand how cultural context shapes behaviors, attitudes, values, and beliefs. Overall, the goal of cross-cultural psychology is to improve our understanding of the complexity and diversity of human behavior and to promote cultural sensitivity and understanding. It has applications in fields such as education, business, and healthcare, where understanding cultural differences can lead to more effective communication and better outcomes. Shervan K Shahhian
What is Cross-cultural psychology?
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