Section I Theoretical and Methodological Issues: Contributions To Indigenous And Cultural Psychology: Understanding People in Context.- The Scientific Foundation of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: The Transactional Approach.- The Importance of Constructive Realism for The Indigenous Psychologies Approach.- Constructive Realism and Confucian Relationalism: An Epistemological Strategy for the Development of Indigenous Psychology.- From Decolonizing Psychology to the Development of a Cross-Indigenous Perspective in Methodology: The Philippine Experience. - Section II Family and Socialization: Parental Ethnotheories of Child Development: Looking beyond Independence and Individualism in American Belief Systems.- Close Interpersonal Relationships among Japanese: Amae as Distinguished from Attachment and Dependence.- Affect and Early Moral Socialization: Some Insights and Contributions from Indigenous Psychological Studies in Taiwan.- Cultures are Like All Other Cultures, Like Some Other Cultures, Like No Other Culture.- Section III Cognitive Processes: The Mutual Relevance of Indigenous Psychology and Morality.- Native Dialectism and the Tao of Chinese Thought.- Indian Perspectives on Cognition.- Section IV Self and Personality: Indigenous Personality Research: The Chinese Case.- Site Under Construction: An Ethnopsychological Representation of Mexican Self-Concept.- The Chinese Conception of the Self: Towards a Person-making Perspective.- Naïve Psychology of Koreans' Interpersonal Mind and Behavior in Close Relationships.- Section V Application: Humanism-Materialism: Century-long Polish Cultural Origins and Twenty Years of Research in Cultural Psychology.- Chinese Conception of Justice and Reward Allocation.- Family, Parent-Child Relationship and Academic Achievement in Korea: Indigenous Psychological Analysis.- Paternalism: Towards Conceptual Refinement andOperationalization.- Creating Indigenous Psychologies: Insights from Empirical Social Studies of the Science of Psychology.- Biographical Sketch.- Index.
Indigenous psychology is an emerging new field in psychology, focusing on psychological universals in social, cultural, and ecological contexts
- Starting point for psychologists who wish to understand various cultures from their own ecological, historial, philosophical, and religious perspectives
Indigenous psychology is an emerging new field in psychology, focusing on psychological universals in social, cultural, and ecological contexts. This book provides a starting point for psychologists who wish to understand various cultures from their own ecological, historial, philosophical, and religious perspectives.