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Provide five behavioral examples of each of the following categories of behavior, especially behaviors that could be of particular interest to cross-cultural psychologists: a. Affective behavior b. Cognitive behavior c. Psychomotor behavior
Sometimes our behavior is closely connected or caused by human development and sometimes it is primarily dependent on learning. a. Provide three behavioral examples for affective, cognitive, and psychomotor behavior caused primarily by DEVELOPMENT. (So, you will have 15 examples.
b. Provide three behavioral examples for affective, cognitive, and psychomotor behavior caused primarily by LEARNING. (This will be 15 additional examples.)
Frequently cross-cultural psychologists find that examples of behavior caused by learning and experience show greater cross-cultural differences than are behaviors more likely caused by human development.
a. Explain what this statement means.
b. Now, do a little Google research on the current Lakota culture (South Dalota) and the first generation Mexican American cultures and show how learning more effectively distinguishes these differences by providing three affective behavioral examples. For each example, describe the affective behavior. (This background research does not need to be extensive--just do enough to answer the question.Remember the PEW link that you learned about this week.)
Question 4 Price-Williams reminds us that it is essential NOT to reify the term, “culture.” However, for this question, let’s pretend that we (you) are a cross-cultural psychological researcher investigating para-linguistic affective behaviors in two different cultures. Make five statements using the word, “culture,” as the subject of a declarative sentence that indicates that you are NOT following Price-Williams advice and that you ARE reifying the term, “culture.”