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And if the nature of though is not everywhere the same?

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nd if the nature of thought
is not everywhere the same ?
Chapter8
Yellow Group
Haruka Uchida
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Monsicha veeratacha
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Samita pandey
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Vinit limprasutr
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Usa sirivoranad
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Huang Zhanghong
Sakshi sindhar
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Does it Matter ?
how should people think?
Teaching and testing
Early in 20th century
Why should we assume the findings are anything more than hothouse plants that have no counterpart in the real-world thought or behavior.
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About Medicine.
Ratio of the ratio above as per
relative references of
2
countries.

" A Chinese judge cannot think of law as an abstract entity but as a flexible quantity. Therefore Chinese justice is an
art, not a science."
Japanese boardrooms and executive councils are designed to avoid conflict and dissonance.
A Japanese scientist said that people only have debated over work in US but never in Japan.
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background
problem
hypothesis or proposed proposition
means of testing
evidence
arguments as to what
the evidence means
refutation of possible counterarguments
conclusion and recommendation
psychologists were asked to
find out how people thought.
" This food nourish me today; therefore, it will nourish me tomorrow' has only probabilistic status. It lacks the certainty that required syllogism. "
Riddle of introduction
that was introduced by
David Hume
in the 18th.
Ex.
Nelson Goodman
Point out that the solution to riddle introduction.
Observed that this make reflective equilibrium shambled.
Stephen Stich
They believe that most high level reason was carried out by postformal operation - more complex and tied specific thought content.
Klaus Riegel and Michael Basseches
and
Westerners
Easterners
Westerners
When westerners see East Asians treating people as if they had no rights as individuals, they tend to be able to view this only in moral terms.
and other interdependent people have their own moral objections to Western behaviour.
East Asians
*They perceive issues as entailing human rights because rights are perceived as inhering in the collectivity rather than the individual
Different of religious
West
understood in terms of the “right/wrong”.
East
contrast to the “both/and’ orientation.
Rhetoric
Asian student
taught to handle with problem by using skills.
Western student
taught of how handle with theory.
The 2 main advantages of Asian cognitive standout.
1. See more of a given scene or context than westerners do.
2. The holistic, dialectic, middle way approach to problems.
* Speed and memory test that are correlated with
IQ

scores.

* Percentile score for general information in the relevant comparison population.

* The cattle cultural-fair intelligence test.
Tested the intelligence of

American

and

Chinese

college student
and elderly people in three different ways :
Example of "culture-fair" IQ test item.
a b c
d e f
a b c d
Seven-coincidence Board
The person being tested is told to look at the block and produce a ‘
running bird
‘ and ‘
flying bird
‘ by proper arrangement of the numbered pieces .
Example of Seven-coincidence Board.
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Thank you
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Different between
Easterners

and

Westerners
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A flying bird
A running bird
Example 1 :

in the general failed to recognize the role of situational constraints on a speaker's behavior whereas
were able to.

Americans
harder to detect changes in the
background of the scenes.
Japanese
harder to detect changes in
objects in the foreground.
Example 2 :
Americans
Koreans
Two-valued Logic
Western use “
either/or
” way to looking at things.
Eastern approach on ‘
both/and
’ ,sometimes it’s easier to see problems than ‘either/or’.
Ex.

Indian children
think that regardless of reciprocation should be to help others.
American children
believe that no reciprocation is an intrinsic motive to help.
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