Basic elements of Psychology

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  1. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    - Ideas: sensation, decision and concept.

    - Afecctions: feeling and emotion.

    Feelings can be of acceptance (love) and rejection (hate).

    Emotions can be active (joy) and passive (sadness).

    Conscious is the short-term memory.
    Subconscious is the long-term memory.
    Unconscious is the biological memory (instincts).

    I wonder how accurate Psychology can be.
     
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  3. sculptor Valued Senior Member

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    The study and practice of psychology is inherently subjective.
    accurate?
    Any approximation thereof would then rather depend on the practitioner
     
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  5. Asexperia Valued Senior Member

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    I agree.
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    False ideas are: illusion, hallucination and dellusion. The last two are symptoms of psychosis.

    The negative affections are: frustration, anxiety and depression. The last two are symptoms of neurosis.

    The satisfaction - frustration polarity of wishes is the principle that governs the mental life.

    What's love ?

    For me, love is the feeling that seeks the good and happiness of another person.
     
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