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Oxford Handbook of Cultural Neuroscience and Global Mental Health

ISBN : 9780190057695

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¥23,100
Author: 
Joan Y. Chiao; Shu-Chen Li; Robert Turner; Su Yeon Lee-Tauler; Beverly Pringle
Pages
480 Pages
Format
Hardcover
Size
178 x 254 mm
Pub date
Jul 2021
Series
Oxford Library of Psychology
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Cultural neuroscience and global mental health is an interdisciplinary field of study that integrates theoretical, methodological, and empirical approaches in cultural neuroscience to address the major challenges in global mental health. The field is concerned with identifying the root causes, risks, and preventative factors in global mental health, with a view to improving and achieving health equity for all people across the world. The Oxford Handbook of Cultural Neuroscience and Global Mental Health is the first ever comprehensive overview of this field. It explores how culture can influence the neurobiological mechanisms underlying mental health. The book is divided into 5 parts: Part I introduces theoretical foundations in cultural neuroscience and global mental health. The second part provides reviews investigating the etiology of mental health disorders across cultures. Part 3 discusses the societal and environmental influences that affect prevention and early intervention in global mental health. This is followed by a section examining strategies for the improvement of treatment and expansion of access to care in global mental health. The book ends with a review of the cultural and socioeconomic factors that affect the prevalence of mental disorders across ethnic groups. The book will be an essential educational resource for both training and practising mental health professionals, in addition to those in the fields of cultural neuroscience and public health.

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Front Matter
Joan Y. Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Robert Turner, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Beverly Pringle
Preface
Joan Y. Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Robert Turner, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Beverly Pringle
Introduction
Joan Y. Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Robert Turner, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Beverly Pringle
Part I: Cultural neuroscience and global mental health
Chapter 1
Culture and global mental health
Laurence Kirmayer
Chapter 2
Cross-national epidemiology of mental health disorders
Kate Scott
Chapter 3
Cultural evolutionary neuroscience
Ryutaro Uchiyama and Michael Muthukrishna
Chapter 4
Culture and psychology
David Matsumoto and Hyisung Hwang
Chapter 5
Culture and neurophilosophy
Georg Northoff
Chapter 6
Cultural neuroscience
Joan Chiao, Yoko Mano, Zhang Li, Genna Bebko, Katherine Blizinsky and Robert Turner
Chapter 7
Psychophysiological approaches in cultural neuroscience and global mental health
Joan Chiao, Jack van Honk, Norihiro Sadato, Tokiko Harada, Tetsuya Iidaka
Chapter 8
Culture and genomics
Joan Y. Chiao, Jack van Honk, Zhang Li, Tokiko Harada, Norihiro Sadato, and Tetsuya Iidaka
Chapter 9
Sociocultural developmental neuroscience
Patricia Greenfield and Yolanda Vasquez-Salgado
Chapter 10
Culture and global aging
Shu-Chen Li
Part II: Etiology of mental health disorders
Chapter 11
Culture and emotion
Joan Y. Chiao, Tokiko Harada, Yoko Mano, Dan J. Stein, Jack van Honk, Norihiro Sadato, Tetsuya Iidaka
Chapter 12
How awe works in humanitarian setting in East Asia: Cultural differences in describing the experience of awe
Michio Nomura, Ayano Tsuda, Jeremy Rappleye
Chapter 13
Culture and perception
Takahiko Masuda, Hajin Lee, Matthew J. Russell
Chapter 14
Culture and numerical cognition
Rongxiang Tang and Yi-Yuan Tang
Chapter 15
Influence of aging on memory across cultures
Angela Gutchess, Nishaat Mukadam, Wanbing Zhang, Xin Zhang
Chapter 16
Culture and autobiographical memory
Qi Wang and Yoojin Chae
Chapter 17
Culture and self-construal
Sharon Goto, Richard Lewis and Sarah Gravzel-Ward
Chapter 18
Culture and social perception
Roberto Caldara and Caroline Blais
Chapter 19
The neuroscience of cultural imitative learning and connections to global mental health
Elizabeth Losin and Morgan Gianola
Chapter 20
Culture and dehumanization: A case study of the doctor-patient paradigm and implications for global health
Lasana Harris and Emily Sands
Part III: Prevention and early interventions in global mental health
Chapter 21
Cultural changes in neural structure and function
Michael E.W. Varnum and Ryan S. Hampton
Chapter 22
Acculturation by Plasticity and Stability in Neural Processes: Considerations for Global Mental Health Challenges
Joshua Goh
Chapter 23
Culture and technology
Joan Y. Chiao, Tokiko Harada, Yoko Mano, Jack van Honk, Norihiro Sadato, Tetsuya Iidaka
Chapter 24
Culture and environment
Joan Y. Chiao, Tokiko Harada, Yoko Mano, Jack van Honk, Norihiro Sadato, Tetsuya Iidaka
Chapter 25
Globalization: Human Development in a New Cultural Context
Lene Jensen
Part IV: Treatment and access to care for global mental health
Chapter 26
Cultural difference in suicide: a cross-national study
Tetsuya Iidaka
Chapter 27
Cross-cultural mental health promotion and prevention for global mental health
Yi-Yuan Tang and Rongxiang Tang
Part V: Awareness of global burden of mental health disorders
Chapter 28
Population disparities in mental health
Joan Y. Chiao and Katherine Blizinsky
Chapter 29
Stigma and health disparities
Sophie Trawalter and Diane-Jo Bart-Plange
Chapter 30
A Cultural Neuroscience Perspective on Socioeconomic Disparities in Global Mental Health
Keely Muscatell and Gabriella Alvarez
Conclusion
Joan Y. Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Robert Turner, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Beverly Pringle
End Matter
Joan Y. Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Robert Turner, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Beverly Pringle

About the author: 

Dr. Joan Y. Chiao is the Director of the International Cultural Neuroscience Consortium. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Harvard University and B.S. in Symbolic Systems from Stanford University. She is on the editorial board of several journals and is a recipient of grant funding. She is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science and Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Dr. Shu-Chen Li is Professor and Chair of Lifespan Developmental Neuroscience in the Department of Psychology at Technische Univesitat Dresden. She received her Ph.D. in Psychology from University of Oklahoma. She is on the editorial board of several journals and receives grant funding. She has previously served as a Senior Research Scientist at the Max Planck Institute. Dr. Robert Turner is a Director Emeritus of Department of Neurophysics at the Max Planck Institute and an Honorary Professor at the University of Nottingham. He received a B.A. in Mathematics and Physics and a M.A. in; Social Anthropology at University College London. He received a Ph.D. in Physics at Simon Fraser University. Dr. Su Yeon Lee-Tauler is a Research Scientist at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in the Department of Medical and Clinical Psychology. Her research interests include public health, mental health and health care disparities, suicide prevention, and military health. Dr. Beverly A. Pringle is Director of the Center for Global Mental Health at the National Institutes of Mental Health. She received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Maryland.

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