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What is the difference between psychology School of thoughts and Perspectives?

Can we say that Perspectives are evolved from School of thoughts and when a psychologist do research on any issue he/she relate all perspectives to issue, in other words he/she views that issue in all perspectives to find a result because these perspectives are evolved from school of thoughts (theories) and during research all schools have become involved indirectly.
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There's no difference between perspectives and school of thought. both refer to functionalism, structuralism, behaviorism, gestalt, psychoanalytical, cognitive and other viewpoints from which behavior and mental processes are examined and explained by psychologists.
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What is the difference between psychology School of thoughts and Perspectives?

Can we say that Perspectives are evolved from School of thoughts and when a psychologist do research on any issue he/she relate all perspectives to issue, in other words he/she views that issue in all perspectives to find a result because these perspectives are evolved from school of thoughts (theories) and during research all schools have become involved indirectly.
Please correct me if i'm wrong.

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there is no difference. both have same meaning...structuralism,functionalism and Gestalt psychology are old school of thoughts or perspectives or approaches and psychodynamic,behavioral,cognitive,humanistic and others are modern school of thoughts or perspectives or approaches
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