Whether psychology is universally or regionally determined is examined in this
article. Implicitly, this question is about the general validity of statements of
psychological research, theories and practices (such as testing, therapy,
recruitment, etc.). If psychology is culturally and regionally rooted, statements
based on psychological research, theory and practice are not universally valid.
Moreover, once it is established that psychology is cultural and regional in nature,
the underlying question arises: is there a psychology of coloured and white people?