2011Preface - An American Cultures Course University of...

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An American Cultures Course University of California - Berkeley Cultural Psychology Week 1 Introduction Kaiping Peng, Ph.D Department of Psychology University of California-Berkeley
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Session 1: Invitation to the Class Question 1 Who am I? Question 2 What is this class all about? Question 3 How are we going to do it?
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About the Instructor Kaiping Peng Office: 3429 Tolman Hall Office hour: Tuesday 2-4pm or by appointment Email: [email protected]
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About the Instructor Birth Place: Yueyang, Hunan Province, China Education: B.S. Beijing University, China Ph.D. University of Michigan, USA Affiliation: Psychology Professor Department of Psychology UC-Berkeley, Beijing University, Tsinghua University, and others Director, Culture & Cognition Lab
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Course Goals The purpose of this course is to help you gain a better appreciation for the ways in which human culture and human psyche interact, and to enhance your ability to deal with and understand variations in human behavior across cultures and ethnic groups. In order to achieve these goals,
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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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