#Cyberpeacefare #Exploring Psychology #David G. Myers


1.0 Psychology: "The scientific study of behavior and mental processes."

 1.1 Behavior is anything an organism does - any action we can observe  and record.

  1.2 Mental Processes are the internal subjective experiences we infer from behavior - sensations, perceptions, dreams, thoughts, beliefs and feelings.

2.0 Psychology's Three Main Levels of Analysis:

 2.1 Each of us is a complex system that is part of a larger social system, but each of us is also composed of smaller systems, such as our nervous system and body organs, which are composed of still smaller systems - cells, molecules and atoms. 

Together, different levels of analysis form an integrated biopsychosocial approach, which considers the influences of biological, psychological and social-cultural factors. Each level provides a valuable vantage point for looking at behavior, yet each is incomplete.

Like different academic disciplines, psychology's varied perspective ask different questions and have their own limits."

(The above are excerpts from "Exploring Psychology, 7th Edition. David G Myers."  Especially like Author's System of Systems Approach. U&MeUsAll/Planet are a spec in the "whole cosmos" We need to Utilize our Personal CyberPower, especially our mind, to ensure Planet Survival !  CyberPeaceGadfly

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