On successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Describe various approaches and perspectives in psychology in historical context; Explain major philosophical paradigms or perspectives that enrich the discourse about human; Apply perspectives in developmental, social psychology, psychotherapy, and psychology of differences in predicting simple personal and social situations.
- The Study of the History of Psychology;
- Philosophical Influences on Psychology;
- Physiological Influences on Psychology;
- The New Psychology;
- Applied Psychology;
- Gestalt Psychology;
- Contemporary Developments in Psychology.
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