Psychodynamics is the systematized study and theory of the psychological forces that underlie human behavior, emphasizing the interplay between unconscious and conscious motivation and the functional. The original concept of psychodynamics was developed by Sigmund Freud; Freud suggested that psychological processes are flows of psychological energy in a complex brain. Interaction of the emotional and motivational forces that affect behavior and mental states, especially on a subconscious
. In more detail, psychodynamics is the study of human behavior from the point of view of motivation and drives, depending largely on the functional significance of emotions, and based on the assumption that an individual's total personality and reactions at any given time are the product of the interaction between their conscious/unconscious mind, genetic make up and their environment. In medical practice, psychodynamics is defined as the systematized study and ...view middle of the document...
The mention blue print is a script of which you are your thoughts, desires, and feeling; moreover, psychodynamics controls your everyday life.
I view the behavioral perspective as how we behave in our environment which emphasize the way that we adapt and adjust to the environment
I view this part of psychology as the experimental part to study observable behavior in relation to the environment which we live.
Cognitive psychology is the branch of psychology that studies mental processes including how people think, perceive, remember and learn. As part of the larger field of cognitive science, this branch of psychology is related to other disciplines including neuroscience, philosophy, and linguistics. The core focus of cognitive psychology is on how people acquire, process and store information. There are numerous practical applications for cognitive research, such as ways to improve memory, how to increase decision-making accuracy, and how to structure educational curricula to enhance learning.
The evolutionary psychology sees humans as often in conflict with others of their species, including mates and relatives. For example, mother mammals and their young offspring sometimes struggle over weaning, which benefits the mother more than the child. Humans, however, have a marked capacity for cooperation as well.
Evolutionary psychologists see those behaviors and emotions that are nearly universal, such as fear of spiders and snakes, as more likely to reflect evolved adaptations. Evolved psychological adaptations (such as the ability to learn a language) interact with cultural inputs to produce specific behaviors (e.g., the specific language learned). This view is contrary to the idea that human mental faculties are general-purpose learning mechanisms
I see all four perspectives as four parts which work together to develop the human mind.
I work for the US Government as computer programmer, I work with every type of personality that that you can think of. I would describe my working environment as behaviorist experiment. Some of my peers have a hard time dealing with people from other cultures. Example, I work with a lot of people from the Middle East...