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Section 1 Overview

Wilhelm Wundt German scientist who began studying the mind systematically in 1879, considered "The Father of Psychology"
Psychodynamic Proposes that behavior springs from unconscious drives and conflicts
Behaviorist claims that behavior is shaped by observable stimuli and responses
Humanist emphasizes free will, self-actualization, and human nature as positive and growth-seeking
Cognitive says that how we behave is determined by how we perceive, process, and analyze information and experience
Biopsychosocial Mode unifying theme of modern psychology that seeks to create a single theoretical model that incorporates all major perspectives
Basic Research advance scientific knowledge
Applied Research solves practical problems
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