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Graduate diploma in mental
health sciences (transcultural mental health) for health care
professionals working in the mental health field who want to
develop their understanding and clinical or research skills
in working with people from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Entry
is open to graduates with degrees in psychiatry, medicine,
psychology, nursing, social work, occupational therapy or another
Department of Psychiatry,
1033 Pine Avenue West, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A1, Canada 398-4176.
M.Sc. in psychiatry, with a focus on transcultural psychiatry, to develop research
skills in students with a background in psychiatry, psychology, or other health
or social sciences. Applicants should have undergraduate education in a discipline
relevant to transcultural psychiatry, basic knowledge of statistics, and demonstrated
excellence in academic work and research ability. Students will take courses
in anthropology, epidemiology or other areas to complement their background.
Culture and Human Development
Graduate Program, Department of Psychology, 9 Campus Drive, University
of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 5A5
Contact: Program Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tilburg, The Netherlands
Ph.D. in Cross-Cultural Psychology
90153, 5000 LE Tilburg, The Netherlands
Contact: Ype H. Poortinga
(Poort@kub.nl) or Fons J.
R. van de Vijver (Fons.vandeVijver@kub.nl).
Additional information is also available at the Tilburg University Cross-Cultural
Psychology web site: http://www.tilburguniversity.nl/faculties/fsw/research/units/psychology_society/
Wellington, New Zealand
Master's degree in cross-cultural psychology
Warsaw School of Social Psychology
5 year Masters Degree and 4 year Ph.D. programs in
Psychology of Intercultural Relations
Courses are offered in English and in Polish
Warsaw School of Social Psychology, 03-815
Contact: Pawel Boski, Professor and Director (email@example.com)
Tel. 48 22- 517-9812
Park Square, Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3JU, United
MSc, Psychology and Culture
Contact: Dr. Guida de Abreu, firstname.lastname@example.org
MSc Cross-Cultural Psychology - Brunel University
Contact: Robin Goodwin email@example.com
6160 Cornerstone Court
East, San Diego, CA 92121. (858) 623-2777
Psy.D. degree in culture and human behavior.
(Director: Dr. Billy Vaughn) firstname.lastname@example.org
programs in industrial-organizational and consulting
psychology; Master's programs in industrial-organizational
psychology and organizational behavior
(Contact: Dr. Bernardo M. Ferdman email@example.com)
A number of faculty members
focus their research and professional interests on diversity and cross-cultural
1777 East-West Road,
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96848.
Graduate work and research, scholarships; no degrees granted.University of
Hawaii at Manoa, Department of Psychology2430 Campus Road, Honolulu, HI, 96822;
Ph.D. in social-personality with concentration in cross-cultural psychology.
5848 S. University Avenue,
Chicago, IL 60637. (312) 702-8861.
Ph.D. program of research and graduate study in cross cultural studies (including
psychological anthropology and cultural psychology)
McGuinn Hall 301 Chestnut
Hill, M.A. 02467; (617) 552-4100.
Ph.D. in cultural psychology.
111 Longfellow Hall,
Appian Way, Cambridge, MA 02138.
M.A. and doctoral degrees in education. Students choosing the Human Development
and Psychology option can concentrate in the area of comparative human development
or the acquisition of language and culture.
UCLA Program for Psychocultural
studies, Department of Psychiatry, Division of Social Psychiatry,
Center for the Health Sciences
Interdisciplinary, non-degree program
Dr. Tom Weisner, Coordinator
740 Westwood Plaza, Room C8-881 NPI, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1759
Tel.: 310-824-0040 www.mrrc.npi.ucla.edu/psycult-med/
Ann Arbor MI 48109.
Contact Richard E. Nisbett, Department of Psychology (313) 764-0328 or Dr.
Lawrence A. Hirschfeld, Department of Anthropology or psychology or dual
degrees in both disciplines.
University of Mississippi, Department of PsychologyUniversity,
MS 38677. Ph.D. in Experimental psychology with an emphasis in
cross-cultural social psychology. Contact Dan landis at (601)
232-7383 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Syracuse, NY 13244; (315)
M.S. in counselor education with a concentration in multicultural counseling.
M.S.Ed. in intercultural
communication, with coursework in linguistics, anthropology,
psychology. Supervised internship in social service agency,
school, or business setting.
El Paso, TX, 79968-0587.
Ph.D. with concentration in health psychology or human behavior in organizations.
Many faculty are conducting cross-cultural research.
Washington State University,
Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology
Pullman, WA, 99164-2131.
Ed.M./M.A. and Ph.D. in counseling psychology with emphasis on multicultural
Bellingham, WA 98225
M.A. in general psychology and M.S. in mental health counseling with emphasis
on cross-cultural counseling.
Ph.D. in Community and Cultural Psychology
Ph.D. program in Clinical-Community Psychology with rural, indigenous emphasis
TIP: also consider applying
to social psychology programs which have faculty with cross-cultural
psychology research interests.
Please send addition and
corrections to Dr. Carolyn Simmons, Department of Psychology, UNC-Wilmington,
Wilmington, N.C. 28403, U.S.A. email: Simmonsc@uncwil.edu