Thursday, January 31, 2008

What is Applied Psychology

The branch of psychology that uses the principles of psychology to treat behavioural problems and to develop desired behavioural patterns.

clinical psychology,

counseling psychology,

forensic psychology,

health psychology,

industrial psychology,

organisational psychology,

school psychology

See What is Psychology
See What is Scientific Psychology

1 comment:

Tomas Karkalas said...

Wow, lots of people care for our peace. It is hard even to number all who use the psychology as their profession.
Thank you for the reminder. However, your list silences the main branch - the personal psychology. I would name it as the main and one and only that matters indeed. Just think. The personal psychology embraces us all, it gives no wage, but has the most faithful workers - all theories are put into the practice in case of personal psychology that don't know empty discussions and don't rejoice over the nice looking statements. Personal psychology is not a profession, but the way of life we have.