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Psychology, the study of the function of the human mind and the influences that can affect its behavior. It is the study of how people interact with one another in a number of dynamic situations. Psychology can be social or abnormal. It studies the management and modification of behavior. Psychology follows us throughout the course of our life as we grow and develop as humans. It can help with attitude adjustments and crisis interventions. In short, Psychology is the study of why we do the things that we do.
The field of psychology is a multifaceted discipline. Its principles and techniques can be applied not just to achieving a better understanding of the human mind. It uses can be found in business, law enforcement, sports, marketing, communication, politics to name just few areas where psychological principles have been applied.
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