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WK 1 DQ 1 - WK 1 DQ#1 due day 2 Discussion Question 1 Due...

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WK 1 DQ#1 due day 2 Discussion Question 1 Due Date: Day 2 [post to the Main forum] Post your response to this question: Consider the statement “psychology has a long past but a short history.” What do you think this means? In your opinion, which person or perspective has had the most influence on the growth of psychology? "Psychology has a long past but a short history." After thinking about this statement I feel it means psychology has always been around. People figuring out other people as well as animals. Maybe even just learning simple habits. The short history would refer to psychology actually being recorded and official studies performed. Different theories being formed and tested. People have been around for a while as well as their inner-workings. Just recently we have we started learning about them. In my opinion, all of the psychologists we read about had something to contribute. Freud is one I do enjoy learning about. He has an interesting viewpoint about us as humans. It always makes me stop and think, well maybe he is right. Subconsciously I may know, but in my present
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