PSY201 week1 dqs - Dq1 The chart on page twenty on our text...

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Dq1 The chart on page twenty on our text tells us that the five major perspectives of phycology are : 1. Nature (heredity) vs. nurture (environment.) 2. Conscience vs. unconscious determinants of behavior. 3. Observable behavior vs. internal mental process. 4. Free will vs. determinism 5. Individual differences vs. universal principles. According to our text some subfields for each of these major perspectives are: 1. The subfield(s) for nature vs. nurture could be evolutionary and environmental phycology. 2. The subfields for conscience and unconscious determinants of behavior could be behavioral genetics and behavioral neroscience. 3. The subfield for observable behavior and internal mental process seems like it would be personality phycology, and maybe cognitive phycology. 4. The subset for free will vs. determinism would be developmental phycology. 5. Subsets for individual differences vs. universal principles could be cross-cultural phycology and possibly in some cases clinical nerophycology. When explaining the subsets for number five, individual differences vs. universal principals I said, "in some cases clinical nerophycology" because it seems like if a subject commits an act considered universally unacceptable, but because of a phycological disorder can not recognize the moral delima, this subset of phycology may be the place to look for an answer; the question being: how could a person do this? Dq2
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