Choose one of the non-Western theories presented in this unit’s readings (Indian, Buddhist, or Japanese) and do the following:
Principles:Rules and standards associated with the school of thought.
Values:Core beliefs, ideals, and priorities that distinguish this school of thought from others.
Subject Matter: Content, the issues focused on by practitioners of this school of thought.
Research Methods and Other Applied Methodologies: Questions asked and problems solved by those using this school of thought.
Describe the principles of this theory, and the values inherent in the theory.
What is the subject matter covered by this theory?
What problems does this theory address, and what kinds of methods are typically used to do address problems?
Have Western schools of thought influenced this non-Western theory?
Has the non-Western theory influenced Western psychology?