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Surveying "The Geography of Thought": A Reaction to Nisbett's Research by Cacky Mellor
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I learned so much from those Eastern cultures about forgiveness and I do think that it is possible to see beyond our obvious. I takes extensive effort. Applying Nisbett to Forgiveness Look forward to our discussions! Thank you for watching! Trocco, F. "The Geography of Thought: Can We Learn to See Beyond the Obvious?"
Nisbett, R. (2012). Npr. Retrieved from http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=1180660&m=1180661
Nisbett, R. E. (2003). Chapter 8: "And if the Nature of Thought is Not everywhere the same." In: The geography of thought: How Asians and Westerners think differently...and why: And if the nature of thought is not everywhere the same? pdf Resources I am conflicted about Nisbett's theories on the differences between the way an individual's thought process develops as a result of the culture they are surrounded by. I believe the research is extremely valuable in helping to cross cultural divides if utilized correctly, however I fear it could also be overgeneralizing both Eastern and Western ways of thinking. It is very interesting to consider.