(Kendra Cherry, 2006). Biological Psychology: also study the psychology in three ways: the first one is, Comparative method, when you study to behaviors and compare them to each other. The second one is, Physiology, it shows how the nervous system affects your behavior and how your mind works. The last way is, Investigation of inheritance this way show how genetics move from one generation to the next, (Saul McLeod, 2007). The second approach is Psychodynamic Approach: when the unconscious motives affect a person behavior it refers to Psychodynamic Psychology. For example, when an adult make a specific behavior, it rooted from childhood experience, (Saul McLeod, 2007). Psychodynamic approach comes from psychoanalysis theories, but the psychodynamic approach includes all theories that were based on Freud’s ideas, e.g. Jung (1964), Adler (1927) and Erikson (1950), (Saul McLeod, 2007). Third approach which is Behavioral Approach: it is also called Behaviorism; it is concerned with the observable behavior that somebody does, it analyzes how an action o f one person affects the reaction of other. This reaction comes from the internal events like thinking and emotion, (Saul McLeod, 2007).
Behaviorist approaches view people as controlled by their environment and specifically that we are the result of what we have learned from our environment, (John Locke, 1704). The fourth approach is Cognitive Approach: is the study of human behavior in the way of how does a person think, remember, perceive and learn. This
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