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Kenneth D. Keith
announces a new Elements series!
About this Elements Series
The Cambridge Elements of Psychology and Culture will feature authoritative surveys and updates on key topics in cultural, cross-cultural, and indigenous psychology. Authors are internationally recognized scholars whose work is at the forefront of their subdisciplines within the realm of psychology and culture.
Areas of Interest
Areas of interest to the series will include key aspects of the internationalization of psychological science; integration of culture in the various specialties within the domain of psychological science; the intersection of culture and such areas as genetics, neuroscience, and well-being; and the implications of psychological science for such broad cultural concerns as climate change and health.
About the Editor - Kenneth D. Keith
Kenneth D. Keith is author or editor of more than 160 publications on cross-cultural psychology, quality of life, intellectual disability, and the teaching of psychology. Keith’s books include The Worth Expert Guide to Scientific Literacy; Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Quality of Life; Student Handbook to Psychology: History, Perspectives, and Applications; Cross-Cultural Psychology: Contemporary Themes and Perspectives; Intellectual Disability: Ethics, Dehumanization, and a New Moral Community; Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology; and Cross-Cultural Quality of Life: Enhancing the Lives of People with Intellectual Disability. He is the 2017 president of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.
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Empathy and Culture
Cultural Psychology and its Relation to Mainstream Theory
Nature and Challenges of Indigenous Psychologies
Evolution of Childhood Around the World