Human Psychology Report (Doc)

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PSYCHOLOGY
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3TASK 1............................................................................................................................................31.1 Different psychological concepts are existing which describes about lifetime improvement................................................................................................................................................31.2 Relation of mental theories with specific life phase.........................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................42.1 Social and biological elements which effects human behaviours....................................42.2 Significance of social roles regarding health and social care settings..............................6TASK 3............................................................................................................................................7Covered in Leaflet..................................................................................................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONPsychology can becharacterisedas the discipline which involvestechnologicalexaminationof mental and behavioural activities. Psychology is the present objectives forknowing a person and teams by establishing wide principles and investigating particular cases.This is the study of behaviour and mind of a person or entire human being who are existing inthis world. It will help in understanding the major cause of problem which is known aspsychological issues, developing understanding of aliments and fighting with them (Kanai andRees, 2011). Psychology is that term which includes different practices of behaviour, etc. Thiswill also consist of subconscious and conscious elements of individual attributes. It can begenerally governed by various theories and sometimes need changes in personality whichfollows correct process. Theexistingproject issupportedon human psychology. In this report,variousconcepts of time period processare described. Along with this, different biological andsocial factors which directly impact on specific behaviour of single person are discussed.TASK 11.1 Differentpsychological concepts are existingwhich describes aboutlifetime improvementThere are severalmental conception presentwhich describe about thetime periodevolutionwhich are as follows:Erikson vs Freud- Such are 2 names which can not be ignored at the time of discussingregarding psychology. Father of psychology is also known by Sigmund Freud. Erikson andFreud having different thinking (Kennedy, 2012). Freud mainlycentring on the value ofconsumption whereas Erikson wasfocusedabout how respondents take care of children’srequirements.The Freud'sphase of psychological evolution:Beginning to 1 year- It is states thespoken stage.In thepoint of process, the majorsource ofpleasantwithkid through withmouth at the time of eating, sucking and tasting. Suchissues or problems occur in this stage which are called asspoken fixation.1 to 3 years- This stage is also famed as improvement. In thisphase, child acquireawareness of commandand capability by managing the movement of bower and bladder. Aperson who gainprosperity at this levelof life which can effectively developing and creatingawareness of productivenessand competencies.
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