Challenges of a Global Era.- History and Systems of Psychology.- Developmental Psychology.- Social Psychology.- Personality.- Testing and Assessment.- Gender and Psychology.- Clinical Psychology.- Counseling Psychology.- Health Psychology.- Industrial/Organizational Psychology.- Ethnopolitical Psychology.- Professional Psychology.- Conclusion.
The psychology community recognizes that cultivating an international worldview is crucial not only to professionals and researchers, but more importantly, for professors and students of psychology as well. It is critically necessary for psychologists to learn from their colleagues who are working in different cultural contexts in order to develop the type of knowledge and psychological understanding of human behavior that will be maximally useful to practitioners and researchers alike.
This volume, Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum in the United States, provides information and resources to help psychology faculty educate and train future generations of psychologists within a much more international mindset and global perspective. Recognizing that cultural context are central to a true and accurate psychology, the authors describes how cultural, economic, political, and social factors in different countries frame individual experience and affect the science and practice of psychology. Each of the chapters will provide a content-specific overview of how the curriculum in psychology with regards to social, development, clinical, counseling psychology, etc will need to be modified in order to present a much more global view of psychology.
Covers a wide spectrum of the various psychology specialties, with specific recommendations on how each should be updated to reflect a multicultural viewpoint
Presents theories, models, and research that will address both the undergraduate and the graduate (professional) curriculum
Promotes cross-national research collaborations