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Brief History of Psychology

Shabana Haroun
In a controlled experiment, the group of subjects exposed to all experimental conditions or variables except the independent variable.
A statement of the predicted outcome of an experiment or an educated guess about the relationship between variables.
An empirical investigation structured to answer questions about the world in a systematic and intersubjective (observations can be reliably confirmed by multiple observers) fashion.
The scientific study of overt behavior and mental processes (covert behavior).
A form of critical thinking based on careful measurement and controlled observation.
The error of attributing human thoughts, feelings, or motives to animals, especially as a way of explaining their behavior.
The school of psychology that emphasizes the study of overt, observable behavior.
Any condition that changes or can be made to change; a measure, event, or state that may vary.
A person highly trained in the methods, factual knowledge, and theories of psychology.
The attempt to explain behavior in terms of underlying biological principles.
The existence of a consistent, systematic relationship between two events, measures, or variables.
The school of psychology concerned with how behavior and mental abilities help people adapt to their environments.
A medical doctor with additional training in the diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders.
An approach to psychology that focuses on human experience, problems, potentials, and ideals.
The idea that all behavior has prior causes that would completely explain one’s choices and actions if all such causes were known.