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Unformatted text preview: s outside U.S. (e.g.,
Europe, Asia, South America, etc.) and the trend
continues (Hogan & Vaccaro, 2007; Stevens &
Despite the dominant global influence of the U.S.
traditional mainstream psychology, it has limited
usefulness in addressing the global problems and
various regional issues around the world . Created by Dr. Joanne Hsu
Created Globalization of Psychology
Various alternative psychologies emerging around the
world reflect the paradigmatic adjustments in
psychology and a need for a new global or
international perspective in psychology (Moghaddam,
Erneling, Montero, & Lee, 2007).
Psychology education and training therefore needs to
be “internationalized” to reflect the growing research
literature around the world, to address global issues
and concerns, and to build global competence in new
generations of psychologists (Marsella, 2007). Created by Dr. Joanne Hsu
Created Building Global Competence
In building global competence in psychology, Marsella
(2007) contended that the psychology discipline must
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