作 者: Richard E.Nisbett(著) 崔仁哲(著) 彭凯平(著) Ara Norenzayan(著)

所属集刊: 中国社会心理学评论 第五辑 在线日期: 2016-09-18
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摘 要

本文认为在不同文化中存在的大量社会差异不但影响其对世界特定方面的信念,而且也影响深层的朴素形而上学体系(naïve metaphysical systems),内隐认识论(tacit epistemologies),以及认知过程(个体认识世界的方式)的性质。


崔仁哲 彭凯平


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