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Diagnoses and treats people with emotional disturbances.
Usually helps people with problems of living.
Studies physical, cognitive, and social changes throughout the lifespan.
Studies how humans learn in educational settings. To improve teaching methods. Concerned with helping students learn.
Focuses on Darwinism and fuctionalism. We behave the way we do because we were born with those behaviors that helped our ancestors' survival.
It is a cross point between psychology and our nation's justice system. Researching and examining the interaction if human behavior, criminology, and the legal system.
Focus on how the physical body and brain creates our emotions, memories, and sensory experiences.
Focus on the diagnoses (identifying) and treatment of children's learning issues.
Involves how the psychological aspect of an athlete affects/changes their performance or vice versa.
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