Psychology (means "speech" in Greek; psych$, "soul," "self," or "mind") Psychiatry (which literally means "to discuss the mind") is a field of study and application that deals with the study of behavior and mental processes in science. Some friction exists between both scientific psychology and applied psychology (with their emphasis on empirical study) (handling a variety of topics). The academic analysis of human experiences and interactions is known as psychology. Comprehension, Patterns of thought, and Affection are the three primary components of human experience. The "Science of Behavior" is how psychology is often described. The initial John B. Watson's definition of "behavior" (1930) was overly limited. But when he later added "implicit behavior," the obstacle was broken.
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