View the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KND_bBDE8RQrch.
In this video,
View the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KND_bBDE8RQrch.In this video, Dr.
Phillip Zimbardo encourages us to be better consumers of would-be facts and theories.
research and personalities, values, and talents. Jerome Frank is a research psychologist who
discusses the ways that researchers influence and encourage participants in their studies. If
we consider his comments and suggestions from a multicultural perspective, what else can
we add to his views? Are there some omissions or oversights in his commentary that we
find under the multicultural lens?Examples:Avoid assuming cause and effectBe aware of the
confounding effects of small subject sample and subject sampling biasBeware of “science
coated journalism” and “pseudo-science” based ideasOne strong influence on our reaction
to facts and theories is subjective reality, or the world as we see it. Everyone has a
subjective reality which is fully formed by personal experience whether he or she is aware
of it or its influence or not. A very interesting thought experiment is to reflect on your own
personal experiences . How may these experiences have shaped your subjective reality
about cultural difference and diversity? How may these influence your understanding of
research across cultures?In your peer responses, please reflect on how your peer’s choices,
examples, etc. are similar or different from your choices.