Culture - CULTURE Cultural Personality Cultural Universals...

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CULTURE § Cultural Personality § Cultural Universals § Emotion
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Introduction Usefulness of exploring personality across cultures: Are concepts of personality similar across cultures? Do cultures differ in personality traits? Are there universal personality features? Cultural Variation: Some aspects of personality are highly variable across cultures. Other aspects are universal—features are shared by people everywhere.
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Three Major Approaches to Culture Evoked Culture Transmitted Culture Cultural Universals
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Evoked Culture Concentrates on phenomena that are triggered in different ways by different environmental conditions. _________________________________________ _____ Two ingredients are needed to explain evoked culture: A universal underlying mechanism. Environmental differences in activation of
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Evoked Culture Evoked Cooperation: (Food Sharing) Cultural differences in degree to which groups share food depend, in part, on external environmental conditions, notably the variance in the food
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course PSYCH 2316 taught by Professor Michaelrose during the Spring '11 term at Collins.

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