The Approaches

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Assumption of Developmental psychology
There are clearly identifiable systematic changes that occur in an individual’s behaviour from conception to death
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Assumption of Cognitive psychology
Internal mental processes such as memory, thinking, reasoning, problem-solving and language are important features in influencing human behaviour..
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Assumption of Physiological psychology
All human behaviour, including thoughts and feelings, is determined by genetic, physiological and neurological factors.
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Assumption of Social psychology
Other people and the surrounding environment are major influences on an individual’s behaviour, thought processes, and emotions
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Assumption of Individual differences
Individuals differ in their behaviour and personal qualities so not everyone can be considered “the average person”. Everyone is different and unique.
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