So it's been an incredibly long time since I posted anything. That's because, friends, the weekend of Christmas, my 15-year-old hand-me-down car broke down for the final time that I could stand and I had to go out and buy myself another car. This is not a debt I'd recommend anyone putting on themselves before they would like to go to medical school, because it places a lot of stress and importance on having to work a job to keep up with car payments, which is unfortunate.
Nonetheless, in this post on psychology, I go over human diversity and psychology. These days, many psychologists understand that a simple generalization about all humans cannot be made in many regards. And that's why, especially in the field of cross-cultural psychology, the impact of culture on behavior and mental processes has been of particular concern. This diagram goes over this concept with a focus on culture and how it differentiates us.
A prospective medical student, looking to help others succeed.