PSY224 Course Information

Title:Cross-Cultural Psychology

A selection of the theoretical, empirical, and applied issues in cross-cultural study of human behavior that examines how and why behavior differs across cultures. Understanding of culture, cultural differences, and the ways that sociocultural context influences the thinking and social behavior of individuals. Emphasis is placed on empirical methods in cross-cultural psychology to achieve an appreciation of cultural groups both within and outside the United States.

Prerequisites: Psychology 101
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