Review of the invited symposium â€œCULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY: A NEW SCIENCE OF THE HUMAN NATUREâ€ at the ICP 2016 in Yokohama on July 26, 2016
This is a review of the symposium â€œCultural Psychology: A new science of the human natureâ€œ, which took place at the International Conference of psychology in Yokohama in 2016. The symposium was a collaborative effort of the editors and authors of the â€žYokohama Manifestoâ€œ and its main goal was to make this Manifesto known to a wider audience. There were five groups of authors and co-authors who presented their findings in different areas of the developing field of Cultural Psychology in short talks, and five discussants commenting on their respective findings.
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