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i hav a query....how many school of thoughts v hav in psychology....which r old schooLs of thoughts and which one r new or MODERN....

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here are schools of thought:
Structuralism
Functionalism
Psychoanalysis/Psychodynamic
Gestalt Psychology
Behaviourism
above mentioned are earlier schools of thought.
other are:
Humanistic Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
biological model
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the rest of three are modern school of thoughts....?? and all of them are important from exaim point of view or jst few...??
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yes rest are modern perspectives.
exam point of view,all are important but earlier ones are more important
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but one thing i want clear dat materail m using termed functionalism,structualism and Getalt school as earlier schools while the rest as modern perspective....so where shud i place psychodynamic...
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@ Yousfzai

Which book are you following?

I think Psychoanalysis/Psychodynamics overlaps in both areas, it has stood the test of time & has evolved.

Structuralism & Functionalism are regarded as the main rival old school of thoughts, with Gestalt, Behaviorism & Psychoanalysis also mentioned in the same category.

Modern perspectives are:

Psychodynamic
Behaviorist
Humanist
Cognitive
Biological/Physiological
Evolutionary
Sociocultural
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Modern perspectives are:

Psychodynamic
Behaviorist
Humanist
Cognitive
Biological/Physiological
Evolutionary
Sociocultural
yah i think thats the rite sequence...m following notes plus feldman for further details....wat abt Evalutionary & Socioculture...i never heard abt thm...can u plz gve me some detials or any link to study it...
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Hi psychoanalysis is an established old school of thought in psychology. The term psychodynamic is sometimes used interchangeably with the term psychoanalysis but there is technical difference between the two. The psychodynamic schhols of thought are all those schools which emphasize the importance of psychic factors in the formation of human personality and which sees human personality resulting from the dynamic interaction of psychic forces. That's why the term psychodynamic has been suggested. Psychoanalysis is one such example. Other examples are Ego psychology, Object relations theorists, Interpersonal theorists, just to mention few.
For a sound understanding of schools of thought in psychology, please consult this text:
Introduction to the History of Psychology by Hergenhahn

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Hi psychoanalysis is an established old school of thought in psychology. The term psychodynamic is sometimes used interchangeably with the term psychoanalysis but there is technical difference between the two. The psychodynamic schhols of thought are all those schools which emphasize the importance of psychic factors in the formation of human personality and which sees human personality resulting from the dynamic interaction of psychic forces. That's why the term psychodynamic has been suggested. Psychoanalysis is one such example. Other examples are Ego psychology, Object relations theorists, Interpersonal theorists, just to mention few.
For a sound understanding of schools of thought in psychology, please consult this text:
Introduction to the History of Psychology by Hergenhahn

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plz oderly mention the Old schools and modern one according to ur knowledge..
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Subject Matter and Method According to Classical Psychological System

http://www.comnet.ca/~pballan/Systems.htm
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