What would happen if all psychological research stopped; no one was allowed to study anything that has to do with the human psyche?What field of psychology do you think helped the most people? Why do you think this?Where do you see the future of psychological research going?
If all research with respect to the discipline of psychology stopped, we would be left with theories of the past that still do not conclusively explain the intricate mechanisms of the human psyche. This would stall the progress of the discipline into a full-fledged science. In my view, the behaviourist school has helped the most number of people because therapeutic interventions based on behaviourist principles have been observed to have the maximum positive impact on treatment. With the advent of technology, researchers are to investigate brain activities and neural mechanisms of mental processes and behaviours. This is leading psychology to head to a neurocognitve perspective.
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