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What is the psychology?

Psychology:(study of soul or study of mind) is an  academic and applied discipline which involving scientific study of  mental process ,emotion and behaviors.   The word (MORE)

What type of work can you do with a PsyD in psychology?

There are a hundred different things. And none of them differ from what a Ph.D. can do. Generally speaking PsyDs and PhDs in psychology are compensated equally.   That said (MORE)

What is psychology?

Psychology is the study of the human mind and behavior. It is all about what makes people who they are. You can go really deep into it or just scratch the surface. Psychology (MORE)

How did Jung's analytical psychology differ from Freudian psychoanalysis?

Freudian psychoanalysis assumes that the repressed material hidden in the unconscious is given by repressed sexual instincts, Analytical psychology has a more general approach (MORE)

What type of jobs can you get with a bachelor's degree in psychology?

  Pretty much anything . . .   . . . that someone WITHOUT a degree in psych can get.     In other words, a BS in psych is no more valuable than a 4-year libera (MORE)

Basic types of conflict in psychology?

  Aproach-approach conflict: a choice must be made between two attractive goals. The problem is that you can choose just one of the two goals   Avoidance-aviodance conf (MORE)
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Are analytical psychology and psychoanalytical psychology the same?

No it's not. In psychoanalytical psychology they study underlying problems (such as repressed anger, desires, dreams,...). methods they use in this field are for example free (MORE)

Why is psychology not a pseudo psychology?

One need only to turn on the television or flip through a magazine  to realize that there are some very strange ideas in the world.  From articles which promise the end of t (MORE)