Welcome Students to the World of Psychology! Young scholars are introduced to Psychology-You as a class will become aware of your feelings and as well of the feelings of the famous psychologists work that have impacted other’s people points of view and behaviors for years to come. Psychology is a circular world of never ending thoughts, ideas, hopes, and interpreting your dreams. My first introduction to you would be why you took this course and your reason for wanting to be your own personal explorer? As I prepare this paper for class, I am quite sure I could go on for hours and that would overload your neurons and the synapses might crash. So, I will start with the simple versions of the neurons that invade your simple thoughts that will hopefully evolve into complex thoughts. The goals of psychology are described, and can be explained, might be predicted and have the possibility of a controlled behavior and thoughts. The description of this lesson plan is to introduce the class to the fascinating area of the different subdivisions of modern day Psychology; there are a number of elements that undergraduate students must face upon entering such an overwhelming subject. First, I will introduce and define both the personalistic and naturalistic viewpoints; this will be a good representation of the two theories that are mentioned above. These two theories combine the concept of the times of the persons as well the culture of the times that make the person and what impact they have on the society in which they live, The theories of emergence have a long withstanding influence on the psychological thought, the concept of Emergentists are scientific materialists. The quick summary of emergence in the new psychology ranges from the mid-19th century through the mid-20th century. I will demonstrate the different parallels between the history...
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