KQED: People who immigrate to the United States from traditionally healthy cultures usually develop Western disease patterns within one or two generations. Since genetic changes cannot occur this rapidly, environmental factors, particularly diet, are considered to be primary the reason for the shift. While it has been proposed that dietary changes are More

My name is Jinkyung Na from the University of Michigan and I presented my research at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC.   We show that differences in social orientation and cognition between cultures do not necessarily have corollary individual differences within cultures. Evidence comes from a large-scale More