Interactive Exercises for Cross-Cultural Psychology provides material for interactive discussion of a range of topics in cross-cultural psychology, including regional and indigenous psychology; symbolic and expressive psychology; identity; social perception and cognition; interpersonal interaction; emotion, motivation, and health; development and family; government and law; economics and work; environmental psychology; animals and other species; and the psychology of recreation and sport. It will help students apply cultural psychology to social issues, and makes these issues relevant to students in health, forensic, organizational, sport and exercise, and other applied psychology fields. It offers suggestions for exposition, simulation, and confrontation of important cultural issues that matter to students, while allowing for maximum creativity in instructional design. Thoroughly and currently referenced, with connections to a wide range of accessible web-based and open-source materials, it is user-friendly across a spectrum of classroom and workshop applications, including online delivery.
David C. Devonis is a veteran instructor of psychology across a wide range of areas, theoretical and applied. He is the author of the award-winning short history of psychology, History of Psychology 101 (Springer Publishing Co, 2014).
Introduction and User Guide. Regional. Symbolic and Expressive Culture. Language and Literature. Identity. Social Perception and Cognition. Interpersonal Interaction. Emotion, Motivation, and Health. Development and Family. Government. Law. Economics and Work. Environment. Animals and Other Species. Recreation and Sport