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Psychology is a broad term and a popular college degree. Many students pursue the study of psychology because it can lead you to many different career fields and opportunities. Since the job possibilities are endless, I am going to break down a few of the top psychology fields. In Lisa Landman's previous presentation, she reviewed clinical, development, forensic, and sports psychology. Now let’s dive into another four popular psychologist fields!

Psychology is a broad term and a popular college degree. Many students pursue the study of psychology because it can lead you to many different career fields and opportunities. Since the job possibilities are endless, I am going to break down a few of the top psychology fields. In Lisa Landman's previous presentation, she reviewed clinical, development, forensic, and sports psychology. Now let’s dive into another four popular psychologist fields!

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Part 2: 4 Different Types of Psychologists - and What They Do

  1. 1. 4 DIFFERENT TYPES OF PSYCHOLOGISTS  Lisa Landman | LisaLandman.com P A R T O N E A N D W H A T T H E Y D O
  2. 2. BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGISTS Use the idea that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning, and they study how rewards and consequences affect educational outcomes.
  3. 3. EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGISTS Focus on schools, teaching psychology, student concerns, and educational issues. They also study how educational learning and interactions between students, teachers, staff, and family members.
  4. 4. HEALTH PSYCHOLOGISTS Focus on how psychology, behavior, biology and social factors influence health and illness. They often examine weight management, stress management, nutrition and other health-related issues.
  5. 5. PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGISTS Focus on feelings, thought patterns, and behaviors that make each individual unique. They will study how factors such as parenting, genetics, and social experiences influence personality development and evolution.
  6. 6. LISALANDMAN.COM R E A D M O R E A T

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