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PSYCHOLOGY 1 UNIT 1: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

PSYCHOLOGY 1 UNIT 1: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

PSYCHOLOGY 1 UNIT 1: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Mr Fergus  McGrath (eolach.ie)
Mr Fergus McGrath (eolach.ie)

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Launch date: 12 Sep 2017
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Last updated: 07 Aug 2018

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Class number one begins in the late 19th century and reviews the manner in which psychology disentangled itself from philosophy and established itself as a science. The student is introduced to the various schools of psychology (approaches to psychology) that subsequently formed and to the teachings of the theorists primarily responsible for each school. These include Wilhelm Wundt, Ivan Pavlov, Charles Darwin, William James, John Watson, and the psychoanalysts Freud, Jung and Adler.

Objectives

After completing this class the student should be able to do the following:
1. Describe the history of Psychology since the 19th century.

2. Name and understand the different schools of Psychology.

3. Describe the differences between the schools of Psychology.

4. Critically evaluate the history of Psychology.

Mr Fergus  McGrath (eolach.ie)

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Mr Fergus McGrath (eolach.ie)

Fergus has a first class honours degree in Psychology and a Higher Diploma in Computer Science. He is also an experienced teacher and a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist. Fergus collated his interests and achievements to develop e-learning courses that are designed as continuing education activities. Fergus has also developed a new approach to mental health and wellbeing called the YANA approach. This incorporates a theoretical outline and a series of bespoke practical activities. Fergus is passionate about both mental health and education and he invites you to share his journey.

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