Cross-Cultural Psychology

— PSYC 340 (3)

Cultures are socially constructed and transmitted to enhance human beings' survival and well-being. Cultural differences exist not only in languages, norms, and shared values, but also in ways of coping. A major part of the human drama is about how human beings adapt to changes and overcome adversities in order to achieve life goals. Focuses on the theory and research of the stress-and-coping process from different cultural perspectives. Prerequisites: PSYC 101, 102.
Course Code: PSYC 340 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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