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Introduction to Psychology of Everyday Life

Learn about the relationship between psychology and psychiatry, and the normal-abnormal dilemma from this free course.

Publisher: NPTEL
This free online course, Introduction to Psychology of Everyday Life will guide you through the issues of categorizing various human behaviors in today's society. Learn about the relationship between psychology and psychiatry, and the dilemma of differentiating expected and abnormal human behavior. Start this course today and improve your knowledge of human behavior.
Introduction to Psychology of Everyday Life
  • Duration

    3-4 Hours
  • Students

    5,120
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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Outcome

Certification

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Description

Introduction to Psychology of Everyday Life is a free online course that will enable you to gain insight into the world of psychology and the web of issues faced in modern society. This course will guide you through the dilemmas in the world of psychology and other related fields. You will begin the course with a discussion on psychology, the relationship between psychology and psychiatry.

Next, you will study various forms of aggression in human behavior, arguments for aggressive behaviors, and various forms of behavioral conditioning. Then, the course will help you identify the various types of depression prevalent in society, the impact of religious practices on human behavior, and the relationship between psychology and pathology. Finally, you will examine the normal-abnormal dilemma in classifying behavior from various perspectives. 

This free online course will help you explore the science of human behavior and the relationships between psychology and other fields. This course will be of special interest to students, care providers, parents, teachers, and health professionals concerned with understanding the mental processes of individuals. Sign up for this course today and improve your knowledge of psychology and psychiatry.

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