GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I

BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY

 

 

 

What is General Psychology?

Genereal Psychology is dealing with universally applicable principles of human experience on the one hand and behavior on the other. It asks what people have in common - not what makes them different (this is what Differential or Personality Psychology is concerned with). It examines how the psychological processes work and how they are integrated with each other.
How does the perception of our environment work?
How do cognitive performances differ based on their content areas?
How do people learn (and forget)?
What are emotions and how do they relate to learning and memory performance?
And on which biological foundations are these psychological processes based?

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