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In 2005 & 2006 a question appeared in the paper, Comment on the recent trends in psychology.

Can anyone shed some light on what this is referring to? exactly what is the thing being asked, are these the modern perspectives of psychology or something else?
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click this link for the answer.
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Dear fouzia thanks for your reply. But i really dont think that the questions appearing in CSS exam would be asking about this. This is a research article and it has really not found its permanent place in the textbooks of psychology.

Now fpsc will not be asking such a topic in the exam, which is not knows to the general student body.

I still feel that the questions were aksing for soething else, in my own guess maybe its referring to the recent perspectives of psychology, but then I am not really sure about that.
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thanx for the correction
lemme try again.....
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Hope you will come out with success this time, and of benefit to yourself and many others like me.
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I think it basically refers to the kind of work/research currently being carried out in the different fields of psychology, for e.g. in the behaviorist school using Applied Behavior Analysis techniques with the special/disabled population has become extremely popular. Cognition, neuro-psychology and positive psychology are other examples. U need to know what areas are psychologists focusing on in the recent years, in Pakistan CBT has become a very popular method as a manual of it has also been translated in urdu.

If u want ur answer to be really impressive, mention tht the DSM V (which is gona be published in 2013) the proposed changes in it and the research tht led to the proposed changes.

(Home | APA DSM-5)

(American Psychological Association (APA))

(sorry i know it seems like a lot of work for just one answer)
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Sir, modern perspectives simply amount to the schools of thought.
You will also have to, however, put some light on following modern perspectives in addition to the four traditional schools of thought:
- Biopsychological Perspective
- Sociocultural Perspective
- Evolutionary Perspective
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i have this v same problem...recent trends wala...like a question in 2003 came


What makes Structuralism stand out as different from other schools and how it fits in recent trends in Psychology? Discuss. (2003)

now ofcourse v r nt goin to write structuralism plainly under it nd will need to describe it fitting in the recent trends

whr do v find such material from?
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http://www.georgefox.edu/academics/u...ent_Trends.PDF

what is wrong with this article? is in it he talking about trends?
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Sir, modern perspectives simply amount to the schools of thought.
You will also have to, however, put some light on following modern perspectives in addition to the four traditional schools of thought:
- Biopsychological Perspective
- Sociocultural Perspective
- Evolutionary Perspective
Are you sure about it?
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