Publications of the Society for Psychological Anthropology is a joint initiative of Cambridge University Press and the Society for Psychological Anthropology, a unit of the American Anthropological Association. The series has been established to publish books in psychological anthropology and related fields of cognitive anthropology, ethnopsychology and cultural psychology. It includes works of original theory, empirical research, and edited collections that address current issues. This series reflects a renewed interest among culture theorists in ideas about the self, mind-body interaction, social cognition, mental models, processes of cultural acquisition, motivation and agency, gender and emotion.
General Editor: Naomi Quinn, Duke University
Editorial Board: Daniel Fessler, University of California, Los Angeles; Allen W. Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles; Takie Sugiyama Lebra, University of Hawaii; John Lucy, University of Chicago; Claudia Strauss, Duke University; Harriet Whitehead, Duke University
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