Should Psychology Be A Psychological Practitioner? Essay

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Choosing psychology as a major has been very interesting so far and to this point of my education I do not feel I have any misgivings in becoming a psychological practitioner. One of the important experiences that make me confident about psychological practitioner is that I am still not bored with the major and my classes have been very interesting to me so far. Psychologists study mental processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and recording how people and other animals relate to one another and the environment. To do this, psychologists often look for patterns that will help them understand and predict behavior using scientific methods, principles, or procedures to test their ideas. Psychologists formulate theories, or hypotheses, which are possible explanations for what they observe and I enjoy gathering information because I have seen myself creating hypothesis since I was a child about the things I didn’t understand at the time. I find it more important to be able to have certain or at least statistical understanding of how mind/brain works just to understand how people operate, as so many people have no idea how their own mind works, even at relatively obvious levels and that is why psychology is very exciting to me. I am very interested in studying human behavior and cognitive processes; basically anything about psychology interests me because I am interested in human body and brain development. I had and I still have a real interest in people, why
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