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||behavioral, consultant, doctorate, experimentation, intervention, motivation, psyche, psychology, clinical, intelligent, supervision, workplace, abuse, individually, dealing, sensory
By Jennifer Kenny
1 Lisa's parents were getting divorced. Lisa felt both angry and sad. Her parents decided she needed to speak with a professional. Who helped Lisa? A psychologist did.
2 Sam was struggling in school. He was very smart, but he had a lot of trouble reading. He needed special tests to see if he had a learning disability. Who helped Sam? A psychologist did.
3 Philip was in the hospital. He had had a stroke. He could hardly move his right side. He was very frustrated. He needed help dealing emotionally with this new situation. Who helped Philip? A psychologist did.
4 Marla was starting up a new company. She wanted to understand the qualities she needed to find in new employees. She needed a consultant who had studied such things. Who helped Marla? A psychologist did.
5 What exactly is psychology? It is the scientific study of behavior and the mind. The term comes from two Greek words, psyche and logos, meaning study of the soul. Psychology involves observation and experimentation of actions and reactions, both conscious and subconscious. If it sounds like that covers a lot to you, you are right. Psychology covers a great deal. Individually, it can involve help or advice. More globally, it can involve the mysteries of human nature.
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