Educational to abnormal psychology, there are a variety of categories that within the field of psychology. It is effortlessly observed that many individuals do not share the same ways of thinking as others. This is because individuals are exactly that, individuals. This causes people not to see eye to eye on all issues and many discussions have to come to a resolution by agreeing to disagree because of the variations in beliefs. Cultures are also like people in the fact that they are diverse and can be dissimilar. Culture can be explained as the traditional viewpoint, collective forms, and material qualities of an ethnic, spiritual, or societal assembly (Shiraev & Levy, 2010). Psychology can be explained as being the study and research of the human mind along with its behavior but in view of the fact that various categories of psychology exist the behavior behind each one holds much weight in regards to culture (Shiraev & Levy, 2010).
It can be easily seen how different cultures have dissimilar ways of living in many aspects. An example could be as simple as an individual that is from the United States may perhaps view the formal procedures and celibately traditions of a country such as China to be unusual or even strange. They may perceive the daily acts to be abnormal but to someone that does not understand the culture of a nation such as China this is an easy mistake to make simply because of where the individual was raised and their personal beliefs. It is expected in China that individuals are instilled with very high morals and proceed throughout life upholding these high expectations both within society and within one's personal life.
[...] Cross culture psychology is utilized to understand why simple or even complicated differences between individuals of dissimilar backgrounds have cultural effects on one's psyche and to comparatively research these effects (Shiraev & Levy, 2010). It is very interesting to note that in America most individuals that work within the business field show much higher stress levels then that of an individual working in the same field in China (Shiraev & Levy, 2010). To a cultural psychologist this small fact would be of great significance for their field of study. [...]
[...] Introduction to cross cultural psychology Introduction to Cross Cultural Psychology Educational to abnormal psychology, there are a variety of categories that within the field of psychology. It is effortlessly observed that many individuals do not share the same ways of thinking as others. This is because individuals are exactly that, individuals. This causes people not to see eye to eye on all issues and many discussions have to come to a resolution by agreeing to disagree because of the variations in beliefs. [...]
[...] These types of programs give an individual a first hand look into how another culture expects a member of their society to maintain their self's professionally, within a family, and personally. This is a key way that individuals can learn how to relate with an individual of another culture. Many people use this experience within the business field or for foreign relations within a multitude of diverse companies. A program such as this also provides research and insight that is used within the study cross cultural psychology. [...]
[...] The alterations between the various cultures that are present within the world give much aid to the gaining of information for the research of cross cultural psychology and many other diverse categories of psychology. Individuals of dissimilar cultures will very likely have many diverse ways of thinking, living daily life, religious beliefs, and even family interaction. For some these differences can not be understood and become the punch line for jokes, abhorrence, and even the underlining motive for a crime. [...]
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