Cultural Psychology

Psychology 204

Usual Description

A survey of the rapidly growing field of cultural psychology, for students interested in the ways in which behavior, thoughts, and feelings of individuals are influenced by their cultural context. Specifically, the course will examine the impact that culture has on child development, cognitive processes, emotional experiences, social behavior, health-related behaviors, and psychopathology. Applications to psychotherapy, negotiation, and organizational/work settings will also be explored.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Psychology 204 Taught by Nancy Darling
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer
Psychology 204 Taught by F. Stephan (Stephan) Mayer