What are the Branches of Psychology and their Definitions
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Consciousness refers to your individual awareness of your unique thoughts, memories, feelings, sensations and environment. Your conscious experiences are constantly shifting and changing. For example, in one moment you may be focused on reading this article. Your consciousness may then shift to the memory of a...
Biological approach: look at how physiology and genetics; which parts are inherited. Difference in physiological functions
Humanistic approach: looking at the positive side of human nature (especially free will)
Cognitive Approach: How thought processes affect personality
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Organizational Psychology– (PSY510) Contents Introduction to Organizational Psychology Methodologies of Data Collection Globalization Defining the Culture What Is Diversity? Ethics Nature of Organizations Organizational Culture Changing Organizational Culture Reward Systems: Pay Reward Systems: Recognition...
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Storey (1987) indicated that the Soft HRM orientation placed emphasis on the “human-side” and is associated with human relations school of Herzberg and McGregor. The Soft HRM orientation focused on treating employees as valued assets and as a source of competitive advantage through...
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Psychology can be defined as the scientific study of mental processes and behavior. While psychology is most often associated with clinical issues (i.e. abnormal, personality), this makes up only a small portion of the field...
Many people are familiar with the concept of “work-life balance” – the ongoing struggle to keep a healthy split between times spent on your professional time. For graduate students who work full time, it is more accurate to talk about “work-study-life balance”. And that is a mouthful; it is even more...
Reading is a multifaceted process involving word recognition, comprehension, fluency, and motivation. Learn how readers integrate these facets to make meaning from print.
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