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1 Dr. Kaiping Peng University of California -Berkeley Spring 2011 CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY Week 6 Culture and Self
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2 Dr. Kaiping Peng Wang Meng, Chinese speed skater After winning 2010 Winter Olympic Gold Medal in 500 meter
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3 Dr. Kaiping Peng She said: “I’d like to thank my coach for designing a detailed plan for this race. … I would not have today without my coach’. I also want to thank the leaders of our team for their support and help. I also want to thank my teammates for their additional support. I also want to thank all the Chinese audience watching on TV: Thanks to all the 1 billion 300 million Chinese for their support.
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4 Dr. Kaiping Peng She also said: “Some of you asked me why did I bow on ice, I just bow twice. The Chinese New Year holiday season it still going on, so it is our custom to bow for our loved ones. The first bow was for my coach, leader, teammates and all the people who support me back in China. The second is for my parents. Happy New Year to all of you.”
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5 Dr. Kaiping Peng Shaun White, American Snowboarder After winning 2010 Winter Olympic Gold Medal in snow boarding
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6 Dr. Kaiping Peng He said: “Wow! I can only remember the moment I touched the ground, everything else just blurred. I felt it was such a miracle run….I just felt like I didn’t come all the way to Vancouver not to pull out the big guns.”
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7 Dr. Kaiping Peng Shani Davis, American speed skater After winning 2010 Winter Olympic gold medal in 1000 meter speed skating
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8 Dr. Kaiping Peng Shanni Said “I needed all my strength and energy for the 1000 meter. That race depleted me 100 percent, I never want to leave anything on the track. The last 200 meters was very difficult. I was just trying to carry my speed. I could feel it leaving me. It doesn’t matter what it looks like, just as long as you get across the line as quick as you could. When you’re a world champion or an Olympic champion, you get this little thing on your back called a target. To go out there and win the 1,000 meters twice is truly amazing.”
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9 Dr. Kaiping Peng Shani Davis Personifies American Ideal By Kevin Blackistone "I've lived 27 years of my life and I have self worth and I know what I am as a person," Davis said on the eve of the Vancouver Games. "I don't need anyone to define that for me if they're paying attention to me once every four years, or just these two weeks of the Olympics.
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10 Dr. Kaiping Peng What is Self? a. Self as identity (e.g., name, social roles, membership) b. Self as cognitive structure c. Self as source of motivation d. Self is the totality of personal experiences
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Dr. Kaiping Peng 1. Self as Personal Identity: Self Concepts Self concept refers to a mental representation capturing one’s views and beliefs about oneself. Who Am I?
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2011 for the course PSYCH 166A taught by Professor Peng during the Spring '11 term at Berkeley.

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