The Bead is Constant

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I was not interviewed and this is the first contact I have had since submitting the application. Benedict proposed that cultures in their slow development imposed a unique "psychological set" on their members, who interpreted reality along lines oriented by the culture, regardless of environmental factors. It has permitted psychology to develop a system of cross-cultural psychiatry, or so-called ethnopsychiatry. The successful applicants will demonstrate a commitment to a four-field approach, enthusiasm for mentoring undergraduates, and strong teaching skills.

Pages: 168

Publisher: Ghana Univ Pr (December 29, 2003)

ISBN: 9964303033

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