PERSPECTIVES OF PSYCHOLOGY CHART by 7SN062C3

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									PERSPECTIVES OF PSYCHOLOGY CHART

Perspective              Description               Key Figures
                                                   Wilhelm Wundt and
                                                   Edward Titchener
                         What the mind does and
                         why
Gestalt
                                                   John B. Watson
Psychodynamic
                                                   Carl Rogers and Abraham
                                                   Maslow
Physiological
                         Focuses on how behavior
                         developed and what
                         structures aided that
                         development
                                                   George Miller, Jerome
                                                   Bruner and Ulric Neisser
Cultural and Diversity
                                                   Susan Clayton and George
                                                   Wilmouth
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  - Environmental, Population and Conservation
  - How we perceive the parts of the whole
  - Max Wertheimer
  - Focuses on underlying physiological behavior and mental processes
  - Humanistic
  - Cognitive
  - Identify basic elements and structure the conscious experience
  - Sigmund Freud
  - Focuses on observable behaviors and mental processes in thinking about behavior
  - Structuralism
  - Evolutionary
  - Janet Hyde and David Matsumoto
  - William James and James Angell
  - Belief in the power of the unconscious mind
  - Functionalism
  - Focuses on the creative potential and psychological health of human beings
  - Behavioral
  - D.M. Buss
  - Karl Lashley
  - B.F. Skinner
  - Focuses on the process of thinking, memory and organizing/storing information
  - Focuses on the influences that different cultures and diverse individuals have on
    the research process
  - Focuses on the interactions between human behavior and population and
    environment

								
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