自我文化效应的评估方法述评
A Review on Research Methods of the Effect of Culture on Self

作者: 尹天子 :贵州师范大学教育科学学院,贵州 贵阳;贵州省普通高校基础心理与认知神经科学特色重点实验室,贵州 贵阳;

关键词: 自我文化评估方法Self Culture Research Method

摘要:
文化是影响心理现象的一个重要因素,文化对自我的影响是研究者比较关注的问题。探讨自我文化效应的研究方法主要有静态研究取向,包括问卷调查和情境抽样等方法,动态研究取向主要采用文化启动的研究范式,文化神经科学取向将认知神经科学技术与静态、动态的研究方法相结合。未来需关注多方面的文化因素从纵向进行变迁研究,并对自我包含的各个领域进行系统全面的考察。

Abstract: Culture is an important influence factor of psychological phenomenon. The effect of culture on self is an issue of researchers’ common concern. Methods used to explore the effects of cultural on self mainly include static orientation which includes the methods of questionnaire and situation sam-pling, and dynamic research orientation which mainly adopts cultural priming paradigm. Cultural neuroscience orientation combines the cognitive neuroscience technology with static and dynamic research methods. In the future we need to focus on various cultural factors from the view of social culture changes. Self is a comprehensively psychological system, we need to strengthen our studies to other fields of self-system.

文章引用: 尹天子 (2016) 自我文化效应的评估方法述评。 心理学进展, 6, 612-620. doi: 10.12677/AP.2016.65080

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