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school of structuralism
early psychology perspective that emphasized units of consciousness and identification of elements of thoughts using introspection
G. Stanley Hall
brought introspection to his lab at Johns Hopkins University in the U.S.; first president of the American Psychological Association
school of functionalism
early psychological perspective concerned with how an organism uses its perception abilities to adapt to its environment
psychological perspective concerned with behavior reactions to stimuli; learning as a result of experience
psychological perspective concerned with how unconscious instincts, conflicts, motives and defense influence behavior
psychological perspective concerned with individual potential for growth and the role of unique perceptions in growth toward one's potential
psychological perspective concerned with physiological and bio-chemical factors that determine behavior and mental processes
psychological perspective concerned with how we receive, store, and process information; thin/reason; and use language
psychological perspective concerned with how natural selection favored behaviors that contributed to the spread of our ancestors genes; evolutionary psychologists take a Darwinian approach to the study of human behavior
psychological perspective concerned with how cultural difference affect behavior
these people help people adopt to change or make changes in their lifestyle
these people concentrate on biological, psychological and social factors involved in health and illness
these people aim to improve productivity and the quality of work life by applying psychological principles and methods to the workplace
these people explore the relationships between the brain/nervous system and behavior
these people help clients with mental retardation, developmental disabilities and disabilities resulting from stroke of accidents adapt to their situation
these people assess and counsel students, consult with educations and parents, and perform behavioral intervention when necessary
these people focus on how a person's mental life and behavior are shaped by interactions with other people
the general credited founder of scientific psychological behavior he set up a laboratory in 1879 for research
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