I was a symposium speaker at “East, West, and the Rest: Exploring Psychological Variation across the Globe”, Association for Psychological Science‘s (APS) International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) 2023, held at Brussels, Belgium. The symposium was chaired by Shinobu Kitayama and also included Catherine Thomas and Ayse Uskul.
I spoke about “Mapping Psychological Terrae Incognita:Explorations Beyond WEIRD Psychology”, which primarily focused on these papers:
- Muthukrishna, M., Bell, A. V., Henrich, J., Curtin, C., Gedranovich, A., McInerney, J. & Thue, B. (2020). Beyond Western, Educated, Industrial, Rich, and Democratic (WEIRD) Psychology: Measuring and Mapping Scales of Cultural and Psychological Distance. Psychological Science, 31(6), 678-701. [Download] [Supplementary] [Code] [Summary Post] [Publisher] [Twitter]
- White, C. J. M., Muthukrishna, M. (equal senior) & Norenzayan, A. (2021). Worldwide evidence of cultural similarity among co-religionists within and across countries using the World Values Survey. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118 (37) e2109650118. [Download] [Supplementary] [Publisher] [Twitter]
- Muthukrishna, M., Henrich, J. & Slingerland, E. (2021). Psychology as a Historical Science. Annual Review of Psychology, 72, 717-49. [Download] [Publisher] [Summary Post] [Twitter]