International Psychology

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What is the definition of Global Psychology
Across countries, the world. Unidirectional information
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Whats a problem with using GDP as a way of measuring growth
problem with averages- distance between poor and rich may be large
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China: Who did Prof. Cai study with
Wundt
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China: When was the CPA formed
1921
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China: When was their first journal published
1922
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China: When was the first Institute of Psych opened
1937
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China: who was the leader of the Poleterian Revolution
Mao Zedong
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China: when was the Poleterian Revolution
1966-76
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China: Cleansing was carried out by the
red guards
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China: Where was the 2004 congress held
Beijing
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China: in 1980 CPS joined the
IUPsycS
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China: Main factor that influenced Psych
Political changes
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Egypt: Main factors that influenced Psych
Western Psychology and economic restraint
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Egypt: Attitude towards Psychology as a subject
weak and irrelevant
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Egypt: When was Psychology taught as a science
1930s
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SouthAfrica: Main influence on Psychology
Apartheid and the social impact
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SouthAfrica: When was the Apartheid abolished
1990
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SouthAfrica: Due to intelligence tests what did Coram think of black people (1917)
They were "slow-thinkers"
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SouthAfrica: The NIPR was regarded as being
Scientific
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SouthAfrica: Directions for the future
Restore imbalance and develop indigenous psych
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