In your presentation, do the following: Describe the cultural psychology of a selected group (include key figures, central concerns, and theoretical conflicts). Describe the historical development of the cultural psychology you chose. Compare it to developments in Western psychology. Contrast it to developments in Western psychology. Explain how modern psychology offers culturally similar perspectives for a recent immigrant from that culture. Additional Requirements Create a PowerPoint presentation to accompany your talk. Requirements: Length: 5–7 slides, each slide containing 3–4 paragraphs of notes. Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message. Resources and citations: Use a minimum of two scholarly sources. A maximum of one credible but nonscholarly source is acceptable in addition to the two scholarly sources. Format according to current APA guidelines. Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point. Scenario Imagine you work at mental health clinic. To help encourage immigrants to seek psychological services, your employer has asked you to speak at a local meeting of immigrants. You are aware that new immigrants to the United States often view psychology and mental health services as purely Western concepts. Assessment Preparation To prepare for this presentation, choose one of the following regions of the world you wish to focus on: Middle East. Central and South America. Asia. Sources Middle East Haque, A. (2004). Psychology from Islamic perspective: Contributions of early Muslim scholars and challenges to contemporary Muslim psychologists. Journal of Religion and Health, 43(4), 357–377. Simonton, D. K. (2018). Intellectual genius in the Islamic golden age: Cross-civilization replications, extensions, and modifications. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 12(2), 125–135. Central and South America Sosa, J. S., & Valderrama-Iturbe, P. (2001). Psychology in Latin America: Historical reflections and perspectives. International Journal of Psychology, 36(6), 384–394. García, L. N. (2016). Before the “boom”: Readings and uses of Vygotsky in Argentina (1935–1974). History of Psychology, 19(4), 298–313. Asia Ching, C. C. (1980). Psychology in the People′s Republic of China. American Psychologist, 35(12), 1084–1089. Liu, H. (2019). Who first created the Chinese term for psychology—Xin Li Xue? History of Psychology, 22(2), 216–217. Gao, Z. (2019). Forging Marxist psychology in China′s Cold War geopolitics, 1949–1965. History of Psychology, 22(4), 309–327. Eurasia González Rey, F. (2017). The topic of subjectivity in psychology: Contradictions, paths and new alternatives. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 47(4), 502–521. Dobroczyński, B., & Gruszka, A. (2019). Generations of “wasted chances”: Władysław Heinrich and psychology in Poland. History of Psychology, 22(2), 163–185.