Soc Sci 14
Tinapay, Angeli Louise G.
Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental process. They share a keen interest in behavior, but they may differ markedly in other ways. They engage in research, practice and teaching. Psychologists are found in number of specialties. And there are different fields of psychology, like Clinical Psychologists, Counseling Psychologists, School Psychologists, Educational Psychologists, Developmental Psychologists, Personality Psychologists, Social Psychologists, Environmental Psychologists, Experimental Psychologists, Industrial Psychologists, Organizational Psychologists, Human Factors Psychologists, Health Psychologists, Forensic Psychologists, Consumer Psychologists, Consumer Psychologists, and Sports Psychologists. The Clinical Psychologist help people with psychological disorders adjust to the demands of life. The Counseling Psychologist use interviews and tests to define their clients’ problems. School psychologists are the ones employed by school systems to identify and assist students who have problems that interfere with learning. Educational Psychologists are attempt to facilitate learning, but they usually focus on course planning and instructional methods for a school system rather than on individual children. Developmental Psychologists studies the changes physical, cognitive, social, and emotional that occur throughout the life span. Personality psychologists identify and measure human traits and determine influences on human thought processes, feelings and behavior. Social Psychologists are the ones that are concerned with the nature and causes of individuals’ thoughts, feelings, and behavior, social psychologists tend to focus on social influences. Environmental Psychologists study the ways that people and the environment the natural environment and the human made environment they influence one another. Experimental Psychologists specialize in basic processes such as the nervous system,...
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