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"Culture a unique meaning and information system, shared by a group and transmitted across generations, that allows the group to meet basic needs of survival, pursue happiness and well-being, and derive meaning from life" Matsumoto p.15 by Mind Map: "Culture a unique meaning and information system, shared by a group and transmitted across generations, that allows the group to meet basic needs of survival, pursue happiness and well-being, and derive meaning from life" Matsumoto p.15

1. Types of Identites

1.1. Identity

1.1.1. Way Individuals understand themselves and are recognized by other

1.2. Personal

1.2.1. Qualites that distinguish themselves from others

1.3. Collective

1.3.1. Recogniztion we belong to social categories

1.4. Relational

1.4.1. Qualites of ourselves in relation to others

1.5. Cultural, Ethnic, and Racial

1.5.1. Recogonizing Belongingness to specific cultures

1.6. Erikson's Theory

1.6.1. Trust vs. Mistrust-Erikson talks about how important it is for a child to gain that sense of trust from when they are born to 1 year. They build this trust on how dependable a caregiver is if successful the child will feel secure and safe in the world. If not successful the child will view the world and inconsistent and unpredicatble.

1.6.2. Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt- This theory explains about how important it is for a child to develop a sense of personal in early childhood. Erikson believed that being in control of your own body is a sense of independence. Children who successfully complete this stage feel secure and confident, while those who do not are left with a sense of inadequacy and self-doubt.

2. Five Factor Model

2.1. Openess

2.1.1. Curious

2.1.2. Imaginative

2.1.3. Open to new experiences

2.2. Conscientousness

2.2.1. Goal Oriented

2.2.2. Accountable

2.2.3. Planful

2.3. Extroversion

2.3.1. Sociable

2.3.2. Energetic

2.3.3. Assertive

2.4. Neurotic

2.4.1. Anxious

2.4.2. Moody

2.4.3. Negative

2.5. Agreeablenss

2.5.1. Cooperative

2.5.2. Tactful

2.5.3. Well Liked by Others

3. Culture and Emotion

3.1. Expressive Behavior

3.1.1. Face

3.1.2. Voice

3.1.3. Gestures

3.2. Subjective Experience

3.2.1. Feelings

3.2.2. Sensations

3.3. Psycholgiocal Reactions

3.3.1. Heart Beating

3.3.2. Sweating

3.3.3. Breathing

3.4. Cognitions

3.4.1. Thoughts

3.4.2. Attributions

3.5. Motor Behavior

3.5.1. Hitting

3.5.2. Running

3.5.3. Freezing

3.6. Etic

3.6.1. Matsumoto's study did show that facial expressions, feelings, and Gestures among the winners and losers were the same at the olympics whether they were bilnd or sighted, It was Universal.

3.6.2. Univesral-consistent across cultures

3.7. Emic

3.7.1. The way Americans define emotion may not be the same in different cultures.Cultures facilitate construction of beliefs about emotions. In friesens study it shows that americans and japenese were both examined as they watched stressful films.while being alone both showed same expressions but when partnered japenese smiled and americans still kept the sad and disgust facial expressions.

3.7.2. Cultural-Different across cultures

4. Conclusion

4.1. Regardless from what culture we are all from we all are humans and have emotions whether they may be different or the same.

4.2. Erikson's theory's play a big role in a childs life,It can decide what type of identity you could have depending on if you trust or mistrust people. Your culture as well can shape how you are dependiing on how your cultural traditions affect your early childhood.