Culture and Psychology 6th Edition by David Matsumoto is an essential resource for anyone interested in the psychology of culture and its influence on behavior. It is an authoritative and comprehensive overview of the field, focusing on the ways in which culture shapes behavior, attitudes, values, beliefs, and socialization. This book provides an in-depth examination of the cultural influences on human behavior, including the impact of language, religion, ethnicity, and social class on psychological development.
- Publisher: Cengage Learning; 6th edition
- Publication date: February 16, 2016
- Language: English
- Page length: 544 pages
This edition includes an updated and expanded coverage of cultural influences on a variety of topics, such as emotions, nonverbal communication, health, and cognition. It also considers how culture shapes the way we interpret and interact with the world around us. It provides in-depth analyses of the impact of globalization, acculturation, immigration, and other cultural forces on the development of the individual.
The text features a variety of pedagogical features, such as examples, illustrations, and case studies, to help bring the material to life. It also includes discussion questions, end-of-chapter summaries, and a comprehensive glossary of terms. An accompanying Instructor’s Resource Manual and Test Bank offer a variety of resources to support teaching.
Culture and Psychology 6th Edition by David Matsumoto is an essential resource for those interested in exploring the intersection of culture and psychology. It is a comprehensive guide for students and scholars of psychology, anthropology, sociology, and other related disciplines. With its comprehensive coverage, extensive resources, and engaging style, this book is sure to become a trusted guide in the field.