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Dear seniors and fellows,

I was studying Psychology from two books, Feldman and Bourne Ekstrand but I didnt find the methods used in Functionalist perspective.

If any one know the METHODS USED BY FUNCTIONALIST ( as introspection was used by structuralists) kindly share it with me as well as all others.

Apart from this if there is any source where we can learn the METHODS USED FOR STUDYING BEHAVIOR and MENTAL PROCESSES by BEHAVIORIST, GESTALT PSYCHOLOGISTS, and other relative schools of thought will be highly praised.

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If any one know the METHODS USED BY FUNCTIONALIST ( as introspection was used by structuralists) kindly share it with me as well as all others.
The focus of functionalists was on how behavior actually works to help people live in their environment. Functionalists utilized methods such as direct observation. While the structuralists sought to break down mental processes into their smallest parts, the functionalists believed that consciousness existed as a more continuous and changing process.

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Apart from this if there is any source where we can learn the METHODS USED FOR STUDYING BEHAVIOR and MENTAL PROCESSES by BEHAVIORIST, GESTALT PSYCHOLOGISTS, and other relative schools of thought will be highly praised.
Visit the website mentioned below .. Just search for topics separately in the search box there .. I hope you'll find much stuff there which is missing in books ..

http://psychology.about.com

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