Psychology : Psychology And Psychology

1300 WordsDec 7, 20156 Pages
In Psychology There are six modern psychological perspectives. These perspectives are behavioral, psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive, social, cultural, and biological. Each perspective has its own unique way of explaining human behavior. I think that really explains the complex mental processes and behavior, and each prospective study should not be limited to just one. The following is my explanation of the terms and comparisons between the psychodynamic and behavioral aspects relating to the October 2000 article in the American Psychologist., Hunger, eating, and I11 Health, by John PJ Pinel, Sunaina Assanand and Darrin R. Lehman. The view is defined as a psychological behavioral perspective that emphasizes the power to influence environmental behavior. Behavioral point of view, which is often referred to as behaviorism and developed by psychologists who disagreed with cognitive point of view. Instead of looking at mental processes, behaviorists look at the consequences of observing people, objects and events behavior. The stimulus-response relationship which has been developed by behaviorists, explains human behavior, noting that the response to each stimulus. An example would be a sweet (stimulus) causing a person to eat (response). True, behaviorists believe that thoughts, feelings, and motives do not play a role in determining behavior. Thoughts and feelings are not the cause but the result. BF Skinner said that the age-old mistake is the belief that what we feel, as
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