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Unit 1 Psychologists

Here are the types of psychologists as listed in UNIT one of the Myers book

Biological Explore the links between brain and mind
Developmental study the changing abilities from womb to tomb
Educational Studying influencing on teaching and learning
Personality Investigate our persistent traits
Social Explore how we view and affect one another.
Industrial- Organizational use psychology's concepts and methods in the workplace to help organizations
Human Factors Focus on the interaction of people, machines and physical environments
Counseling Helps people cope with challenges and crises
Clinical assess and treat mental, emotional and behavioral disorders
Psychiatrist licensed medical doctors who also often provide psychotherapy.
Cognitive experiment with how we perceive, think and solve problems.
Created by: leydenpsychology