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1 Juxtacognition : Using the power of context and critical thinking to foster intercultural development Eric Haas Scottsdale Community College

2 Obstacles: Confirmation Bias Dominant U.S. Culture Worldview Backfire Effect Cognitive Dissonance

3 Confirmation Bias

4 2; 4; 5 17; 34; 35 44; 88; 89

5 Dominant U.S. Culture

6 Individualism vs. Collectivism

7 Fundamental Attribution Error

8 Context

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10 Tolerance of Ambiguity

11 Cognitive Dissonance

12 Worldview Backfire Effect (Cook & Lewandosky, 2011)

13 Belief Polarization (Lord, Ross, & Lepper, 1979)

14 14 (Batson, 1975)

15 (Hamilton, 2011)

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17 Group Identity Cultural Cognition (Kahan, et al., 2010) Self-Affirmation (Cohen, et al., 2007) Self-Affirmation Reduces Stress Response (Sherman, et al., 2009)

18 2. What?

19 Dialecticism

20 Ghandis Blunders

21 Wealth without Work Pleasure without Conscience Knowledge without Character Commerce without Morality Science without Humanity Worship without Sacrifice Politics without Principles Rights without Responsibilities*

22 Juxtacognition

23 Expectations vs. Support

24 Spaghetti vs. Waffles

25 3. How?

26 Tools

27 Example: Similarities vs. Differences

28 Example:Color-blindness

29 Example: Unity vs. Diversification

30 False Continuums

31 4. What If?

32 Questions?

33 Thank you!


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