This volume introduces Asian indigenous psychologies with an emphasis on major theoretical and practical issues. The contributions
demonstrate the potential for the indigenous psychologies of Asia to offer an alternative model of the internationalization
of psychology-an internationalization not dominated by Western psychology. As a whole, this volume explores knowledge production
outside of Western psychology; asks important questions about the discipline, profession, and practice of Asian indigenous
psychology; makes critical appraises of cultural and psychological assumptions; sheds light on the dialectics of the universal
and the particular in indigenous psychology; and explores the possibilities for a more equitable global psychology.