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  • 1. Escuela de Estudios Profesionales Programa Ahora Universidad del Este
    ENGL 115
    COLLEGE READING AND WRITING I
    Professor. Leroy Alicea Cabassa
    By: Ernesto Andrés De Santiago Vargas
  • 2. Psychology
  • 3. DEFINITION
    Psychology: Is the science of behavior and mental processes.
  • 4. Conduct
    Behavior means conduct, manner of acting, the way that people react in the conductible form or respond to any or particular matter of life.
    Mental Processes is related to cognition and brain activity.
  • 5. Why Study?/Objetives/Function
    Mental Functions
    Neurobiological
    Attempt to understand the role of mental functions in individual and social behavior.
    Also exploring the physiological and neurobiological processes that underlie certain functions and behaviors. Ex. thyroidal gland.
  • 6. Explore
  • 7. Concepts
    Psychologists explore such concepts as:
    Perception
    Cognition
    Attention
    Emotion
  • 8. Also…
    Phenomenology
    Motivation
    Brain Functioning
    Personality
    Interpersonal Relationships
  • 9. Old School Researchers
    Group photo 1909 in front of Clark University.
    Front row: Sigmund Freud, G. Stanley Hall, Carl Jung.
    back row: Abraham A. Brill, Ernest Jones, Sándor Ferenczi.
  • 10. Qualitative And Quantitative Research
    Is conducted in accord with
    the standards of the scientific method.
    Researchers seek the emergence of theoretically interesting categories / hypotheses from data, using qualitative/ quantitative methods (or both).
  • 11. Subfields
    Clinical
    Biological
    Industrial
    Organizational
    Social
    Developmental /Age
  • 12. Conclusion
    Psychology it’s a very important science that study the human behavior as individual and also as a group. Plays a role in society because involved mental health, biological, scientific data, social, and other concepts who define the individual as physical, social, psyche, spiritual.