Matsumoto, D., &
Juang, L. (2004).
"Culture and psychology, Third Edition, continues to use a cross-cultural framework to evaluate psychology and to show students the importance of culture in explaining human behavior. David Matsumoto and new co-author Linda Juang engage students' interest by inviting them to raise questions about traditional knowledge and theories, and by helping them find new ways of thinking about and understanding psychology and human behavior."
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