Culture is a complex interconnected and at times

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Culture is a complex, interconnected, and at times conflicting tapestry of proscriptions and prescriptions for behavior, attitudes, values, etc.” Cultural is dynamic, as is the field of psychology, it impacts a large portion of one’s life. While psychology as a whole is important, it imperative to understand the different factors and contributions that help to shape and guide research. The overall make up of psychology would not stand alone if not for the contributions from developmental, cognitive, social and cultural psychology. Historical aspects of these domains have led to the advancement and trends in which make up the field as we know of it today.
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