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Cross-Cultural Social Psychology Review Guide for Unit I I. Intro to Cultural Psychology a. Commonalities Across Definitions of Culture i. Humans Interact with Environments 1. Ecocultural Components ii. Culture Consists of Shared Elements 1. Shared Practices and Shared Meanings iii. Transmission to Others Over Time 1. Types of Transmission b. Challenges in Studying Culture c. Culture Shock d. Is Culture Unique to Humans? i. Cultural Learning ii. Theory of Mind iii. Language iv. Cumulative Culture II. Evolutionary Foundations of Cultural Psychology a. Biological vs. Cultural Evolution i. Replication of Genes versus Replication of Ideas ii. Factors that cause ideas to spread 1. Communicable ideas a. Dynamic Social Impact Theory 2. Emotional ideas 3. Minimally Counterintuitive ideas b. Changing Cultures vs. Sustained Cultures i. Increasing Interconnectedness ii. Increasing Individualism iii. Increasing Intelligence iv. Pluralistic Ignorance c. Ecological Adaptedness i. Ecological and Geographical Variation 1. Proximal Causes vs. Distal Causes 2. Transmitted vs. Evoked Culture ii. Hunter-Gatherer Adaptedness iii. Domestication of Plants and Animals iv. Aspects of Ecology v. Timeline of Adaptedness 1. Standard of Living vs. Quality of Life 2. Tribes and Super-Tribes a. Competition vs. Cooperation b. Tribes vs. Super-Tribes of Impersonal Strangers c. LawCodes of Discipline d. ReligionSocial Custom
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