Analysis on Indigenous Psychology Based on T-test Statistical Regularity
Indigenous psychology is getting more and more attention by the modern society, but indigenous psychology research from all walks of life are limited in natural science point of view, and many of them are the analysis of the theoretical importance of indigenous psychology, significance, and direction. This paper is based on psychology culture turn from the perspective of the indigenous psychology to the analysis of development trend, the cultural turn is not only attention to the nature but also to the people’s psychology and behavior, making it more profound understanding of and through, based on a review of the related literatures, the cultural turn to indigenous psychological effect on the development of research hypotheses, combining to the quantitative data analysis and coming to the conclusion, in order to instruct the development of indigenous psychology, making the indigenous psychology can combine to local culture and Humanistic culture and get better and more sustainable development.
KeywordsCultural turn Indigenous psychology Quantitative Development tendency
The research was supported by the scientific research initiation fund project of Northeast Agricultural University with the name revising the Indigenous Psychology under the Trend of Psychology Cultural Turn, and the project number QNW2011.
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