Psychology: A Mental Science

shutterstock_696962281

Psychology: A Mental Science provides an excellent overview of psychological psychology and related topics.

You will find chapters on Mental Health, Personhood, Concepts of Mind, Psychology and Society, Perception, Conflict and Morality, Development, Human Nature, Personality, and Social Relationships.

Schwartz discusses nine areas of psychology that include issues of feeling, attitudes, behavior, cognition, behavior, health, emotions, and others. Schwartz contains a wealth of information on the history of psychology, the current state of psychology, and research in psychology. You will gain a practical understanding of the field and be well informed in your efforts to utilize and incorporate knowledge from all areas of psychology.

The book takes an integrationist perspective and provides an effective strategy for integrating and addressing diverse psychological issues from a holistic perspective. The integrationist perspective merges psychology into a natural process of change rather than restricting them into a linear fashion.

Through chapters on ADHD symptoms, anxious child behavior, Autism Spectrum Disorders, the inability to explain personality, and the purpose of life, Schwartz discusses all of the different areas of psychology. He also takes you through the different sides of negative emotions and focuses on how they are related to disorders of the mind. Schwartz focuses on the foundation of human existence, people and their social behaviors. He also goes into detail about how people take ownership of their feelings and use emotions to cope with everyday situations.

Schwartz explores how childhood and formative experiences are transmitted through the various mindsets. Some of the questions addressed are why children are involved in family conflicts, why this affects their social behavior, and why love is being lost.

What is Psychopathology?

Psychopathology is the study of those who have deviant or antisocial behavior, and they are all things that are unique. They do not appear in groups. Psychopathology is a disorder that often plagues society, where individuals who suffer from a pattern of violent behavior, lack of guilt, impulsivity, etc., do not show remorse, remorse, remorse, or do not show remorse for their acts of violence. If you are a parent of a child who may have been affected by psychopathology, I highly recommend Schwartz’s book for you to read and see how he tackles different aspects of psychopathology.

Schwartz addresses how to stop fighting and bickering and realize that we are all in this together and we are all worthy of happiness. If we realize that we can not change others, but we can change ourselves, it can lead to an increased and healthier self-esteem.

An emotional problem that is often connected to egoism is narcissistic personality disorder. A narcissistic personality does not care about other people. The person with this disorder cares only about themselves. Schwartz touches on why narcissism does not work for others, and also touches on how narcissism is a mental illness.

Psychopathy is the definition of a serious mental illness, in which the person is unable to feel guilty or will respond to another person in a damaging way. Psychopathy is not something that is measured by IQ, or even empathy.

Politics, Politics, Politics- Schwartz takes a strong point of view that all of the interesting conversations and political antics should be left in the world of fiction. He believes that he or she should not try to create a society and civilization that are based on his or her views. He also believes that people who “play politics” need to stay away from reality.

  • There is nothing more fun than talking about sports and books by Irv Kupferdike, but who wants to play even when it’s over after they’ve read what they’ve written?
  • My entire list of reading suggestions for fans of Schwartz’s book is given at the end of this review.
  • If you can look past all of that (which I know you can) then you will have a very enjoyable time reading his book.
Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on pinterest
Pinterest