Cross-Cultural Psychology


An overview of social, developmental, and organizational forces from a cross-cultural perspective with a focus on culture as a variable, and its relationship to attitudes and behavior. A review of historical biases in the discipline of psychology will precede the study of research methodologies best suited to cross-cultural work. Also emphasized is the manner in which social and cultural forces shape the human experience. Prerequisite: Psych 100. This course is fully online. Students enrolled in day classes at Washington University should review the policies of their home division on credit earned for online courses.
Course Attributes: OLI; UC CD

Section 01

Cross-Cultural Psychology - 01
INSTRUCTOR: Sundari Balan
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