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(from the chapter) Like some other contributors to this book (Kitayama & Imada, Chapter 9), we approach the theme of "mind in context" from the perspective of cultural psychology (CP). This theme is central to the concept of culture, which we define as explicit and implicit patterns of historically ...
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The objective of this study is to examine the extent to which upper level UPEI students identify with their university as well as their major. Participants are either psychology or women’s studies majors, and the study compares the responses of these two groups. The study employs a survey that use...
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Mindfulness and mindfulness-based interventions (MBI) have become more popular over the last three decades, showing efficacy for a variety of physical and mental health issues. As a result, there is a potential for MBIs to be implemented across university campuses to address the growing demand place...