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Psychological Perspectives

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Tammy Marshall

on 13 February 2014

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Transcript of Psychological Perspectives

A perspective is the way you look at something or situation.
Psychological Perspectives
Learning from our experiences.
rewards and punishments
observational learning
Behavioral Perspective
focus on mental processes
thinking, remembering, problem solving, and language
Cognitive
focus on biological processes like hormones
genetics or hereditary

Biological
Psychological Perspectives
Humanistic
explains behavior by the potential and fulfillment every person has
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Psychoanalytic
argue behavior and actions stem from a childhood trauma of sort
Freud
Sociocultural
focus on cultural or social norms
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