II. Psychology: Its Grand Issues and Key Perspectives
What are the three "grand issues" about behavior addressed by psychology?
The three issues are stability versus change, nature versus nurture, and rationality versus irrationality.
What are the major perspectives adopted by psychologists and how do they differ?
Major perspectives in psychology include the behavioral, cognitive, biological, psychodynamic, social, and evolutionary approaches. These perspectives focus on different aspects of behavior, but are complementary rather than competing in nature.
Classics in the History of Psychology
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