PSYC14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ingroups And Outgroups, Proverb, East Asian Languages

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10 Jun 2020
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Focal object (nonliving thing or animal) on realistic background. Culture and the physical environment (miyamoto et al. , 2006) (study): past research suggests Individuals from western cultures tend to engage in context-independent cognitive processing and think about the environment in an analytic way. If objects are more distinctive and stand out from the background than living in such an environment may direct one"s attention to the focal object. Sampling scenery: researcher selects two large, medium, and small cities in america and. Japan: randomly selected 14 schools, hotels, and post offices from each large city; 4 schools, hotels and post offices from each medium city; and 1 school, hotel, and post office from each small city. Schools, hotels, and post offices were selected as they constitute everyday scenery: 976 total pictures: Look up and down the street from the building. Participants: 35 american students and 33 east asian international students.

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