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Physical sciences are defined as the investigation of non-living things, so Psychology does not fit in that category. Instead, psychology is one of the Social Sciences, along with sociology, political science, Anthropology, human geography, communication, economics, and linguistics.

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Physical sciences are generally Maths and Physics, while life science is generally Biology and Psychology, with Chemistry lying partway between the two.

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Science means a study of something. Psychology is a study of the brain and behaviors. Psychology is science.

A degree in exercise science is an acceptable major for those considering a career in physical therapy. Some common undergraduate majors for physical therapists include biology, psychology, and exercise science.

Physical science studies the non-living natural world. So, physics, chemistry, geology, and astronomy are physical sciences. Social science studies the human world. It includes sociology, economics, anthropology, linguistics, and psychology. "Earth science" is the subset of physical sciences that study the earth, including geology, geochemistry, and geography.

yes of course psychology as an applied science

Psychology is considered to be a science. Psychology unlike usually thought of sciences is a social science and is about studying the mind.

"Complete science?" It's not science at all.

Some examples are astronomy and chemistry. Geology belongs to earth science, biology belongs to life science and politics, law, sociology and psychology belong to social science.

Psychology IS a social science, or, as some of these " sciences " fancy themselves, a behavioral science. Psychology is too incoherent and devoid of scientific methodology to be a natural science.

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Psychology is a science because it is systematic and is dependent upon measurement.

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Psychology= the science of the mind or of mental states and processes Anthropology= the science of humans and their works OR the science that deals with the origins, physical and cultural development, biological characteristics, and social customs and beliefs of humankind. The relationship would be they both 'work' with humans.

psychology is a type of science. psychology is the study of the mind. many scientists say psychology is separate but it's still a form of science

As with any of healing sciences, psychology requires a real desire to help others before thinking of pursuing a degree in psychology. The clinical side of how the brain functions and its physical structure are but a small part of the science of psychology.

An example of physical science would be Newton's 3 Laws of Motion. Different perspective: examples of physical sciences are physics, chemistry, geology, meteorology, etc., as opposed to social sciences (psychology, sociology, economics, etc.).

because, psychology is the science of behaviour in how it relates to brain activity.

year when Psychology became an independent branch of science?

No, it is social science.

Psychology became a science many years ago. It is a science that is less that two hundred years in age.

People dismiss psychology as a science since it really isn't the natural term for 'science'. The common person views science as having to do with facts, and the world around us, and not mental behavior. Since psychology doesn't fit the popular definition of science, most people dismiss psychology as a science.

Psychology as a traditional belief is base on traditions and supertitions while Psychology as a science uses measurement techniques to study sensation.

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