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Psychology

Explain the schools of Psychology.


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Major schools of thought :-
Biological
Biological psychology, also known as physiological psychology,[67] or neuropsychology is the study of the biological substrates of behaviour and mental processes. Key research topics in this field include comparative psychology, which studies humans in relation to other animals, and perception which involves the physical mechanics of sensation as well as neural and mental processing.
Behavioural
Psychologists take human behaviour as a main area of study. Much of the research in this area began with tests on mammals, based on the idea that humans exhibit similar fundamental tendencies. Behavioural research ever aspires to improve the effectiveness of techniques for behaviour modification.
Cognitive
Cognitive psychology studies cognition, the mental processes underlying mental activity. Perception, attention, reasoning, thinking, problem solving, memory, learning, language, and emotion are areas of research. Classical cognitive psychology is associated with a school of thought known as cognitivism, whose adherents argue for an information processing model of mental function, informed by functionalism and experimental psychology.
Social
Social psychology is the study of how humans think about each other and how they relate to each other. Social psychologists study such topics as the influence of others on an individual's behaviour (e.g. conformity, persuasion), and the formation of beliefs, attitudes, and stereotypes about other people. Social cognition fuses elements of social and cognitive psychology in order to understand how people process, remember, or distort social information.
Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis comprises a method of investigating the mind and interpreting experience; a systematized set of theories about human behaviour; and a form of psychotherapy to treat psychological or emotional distress, especially conflict originating in the unconscious mind.[92] This school of thought originated in the 1890s with Austrian medical doctors including Josef Breuer (physician), Alfred Adler (physician), Otto Rank (psychoanalyst), and most prominently Sigmund Freud (neurologist).
Existential-humanistic theories
Humanistic psychology developed in the 1950s as a movement within academic psychology, in reaction to both behaviourism and psychoanalysis.[99] The humanistic approach sought to glimpse the whole person, not just fragmented parts of the personality or isolated cognitions.[100] Humanism focused on uniquely human issues, such as free will, personal growth, self-actualization, self-identity, death, aloneness, freedom, and meaning.
                                                                                                                           
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