Ethan Watters

We Aren't the World

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Abstract

Why do Americans, Japanese and Europeans see the same thing differently? Is the human brain comparable around the globe? Shouldn't scientific experience show us the existence of a universal psychological and cognitive approach? Most studies have been carried out on Westerners, and the results obtained by a team of young researchers questions years of certainties.

Keywords

  • Human Brain

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