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The neurobiological approach to psychology uses the Life Sciences of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, and the nervous system to study how they are related to behavior and learning. (mind-body dualism): Simply put, how the mind affects the body and how the body affects the mind.
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Approaches Og Psychology
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I believe that he mostly used the biological approach but he was a behaviorist also.
The are many approaches to Psychology. A few of the most commonly discussed are: Behavioral psychology: in this type, the focus is on the way that humans can be conditioned to… elicit certain responses Humanistic psychology: client centered therapy arose from this type. This is also a growth place of positive psychology. Check out Maslow and Rogers. Freudian psychology: this is centered on Freud's theories. There are too many to list, but look up Freud, and you'll find a lot. He talked a lot about analysis of dreams, repressed memories, and suppressed childhood problems.
The biological approach to psychology looks at the person's genes and heritage for the causes of the people acting the way they do.
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A Psychological Approach is a theory created by a psychologist. This theory is applied to different aspects of Psychology, the approach basically provides an explanation… of a specific topic from a certain point of view. It is important to know that a Psychological Approach is not a complete explanation of a specific topic, so a particular approach is not the 'correct' answer to a topic it is simply applicable. Other approaches can then be applied to the topic as to see which applies the most and is the most reliable approach for that specific topic. A few Psychological Approaches include: Freud's Psychodynamic Approach. - * Actions are controlled by the ID, Ego and Super Ego, specific actions are carried out to provide gratification to the ID. * Defence mechanisms - Repression, Displacement etc. * The stages of development - Chances of becoming fixated in specific stages, mapping out our future behavior and characteristics. Lewinsohn's Behavioural Approach. - * Social learning & Vicarious Reinforcement - Observe behaviours in others, observe good outcomes, reinforcing the behaviour causing it to be repeated. * Classical Conditioning - Associate a specific act with something else (e.g Socialising with happiness) and this causes the act to be more or less likely to be repeated. * Operant Conditioning - consequences to actions cause the act to be less or more likely to be repeated Darwin's Evolutionary Approach. - * Natural selection & Sexual selection - Survival of the fittest, survival of those with more provisions, more likely to pass on their genes.
I'm guessing studying of the mind, brain and the personality of a person and to see how are why they function that way.
possibly trying many different way and or approaches to teach someone to better themselves. to teach them there are other approaches to do the same thing
An approach to psychotherapy that, depending on the client's problems, uses techniques from various forms of psychotherapy.
It is the study of the evolution of behavior and the mind, using principles of natural selection.
Psychology involves the intimate study of the brain, and why parts of the brain react certain ways to specific stimuli. These reactions and responses are rooted in neurobi…ology.
Behaviorists believe that a persons reactions are a product of what we learn in life. That babies are born with "a clean slate" and that all that baby becomes is a product of …their environment. Behaviorists also believe that what is needed to know and understand humans can be derived from observation of behavior. It is likely that there are few true "behaviorists" practicing psychology today as so many well documented trials have proven the existence of factual genetic links that impact or affect a persons personality, difficulties, etc. Additionally, I think all very effective psychologists understand the effectiveness of cognitive/behavioral therapy. A modern psychologist will understand and utilize both behaviorial and cognitive functions
With the biopsychosocial approach, psychologists believe all behavior is associated with nature and nurture.