Psychology as defined through Wikipedia

Psychology is the study of the mind, occurring partly via the study of behavior. Grounded in scientific method, psychology has the immediate goal of understanding individuals and groups by both establishing general principles and researching specific cases, and for many it ultimately aims to benefit society.

Topics within our current field of Psychology

1 Etymology

2 History

2.1 Structuralism

2.2 Functionalism

2.3 Psychoanalysis

2.4 Behaviorism

2.5 Humanism

2.6 Gestalt

2.7 Existentialism

2.8 Cognitivism

2.9 Critical psychology

3 Subfields

3.1 Biological

3.2 Clinical

3.3 Cognitive

3.4 Comparative

3.5 Developmental

3.6 Educational and school

3.7 Evolutionary

3.8 Industrial–organizational

3.9 Personality

3.10 Social

3.11 Positive

4 Research methods

4.1 Qualitative and quantitative research

4.2 Controlled experiments

4.3 Survey questionnaires

4.4 Longitudinal studies

4.5 Observation in natural settings

4.6 Qualitative and descriptive research

4.7 Neuropsychological methods

4.8 Computational modelling

4.9 Animal studies

5 Basic science

• Abnormal

• Biological

• Cognitive

• Comparative

• Cultural

• Differential

• Developmental

• Evolutionary

• Experimental

• Mathematical

• Personality

• Positive

• Social

6 Applied science

• Applied behavior analysis

• Clinical

• Community

• Consumer

• Educational

• Health

• Industrial and organizational

• Legal

• Military

• Occupational health

• Political

• Religion

• School

• Sport

Psychology within the Equal Money System

The different ways that humans perceive our reality created the different theories of psychology as noticed within the history of psychology. Each one of these theories, view the human from a different starting point and denote human behavior to their theories respective starting points.

While each theory holds structural value in how the human operates from a free will perspective there is not one of these methods that show and teach the human how to live a life of dignity, respect and wellbeing.

When we come into this world we do not possess knowledge, we do not possesses a way of being, we don’t even possess a language. Yet we grow and learn through those who have come before us. We learn their customs, we learn their language, we learn how to behave and act as a human being and then we make it our own where we become the teachers of the new generation. It is thus clear that we are programmable through what we learn and then how we teach. The question is begging to be answered, why do we not teach ourselves as our children to be humans of dignity, respect and well-being, when it is proven that everything we know is passed on through learning and teaching.

Yet, have we as humanity asked ourselves the question of whether that which we teach our children is best for all or are we teaching them our reactions to fear and survival as that which was taught to us.

If what we are teaching is not what is best for all, why do we then perpetuate the cycle of self interest and fear? This question is the base line from which we within the Equal Money System move in uncovering the preprogrammed designs that we have accepted and allowed ourselves to perpetuate. Identifying our malpractice as humanity and adjusting our behavior is essential in developing a world that is best for all.

Within the Equal Money System we will have Psychology technicians that work with the maladaptive programming of the human. Revealing and teaching another way of being so that the individual can work and function within a society that is best for all. The primary approach though will be education as it is proven that the human is the result of learning and teaching.

Prevention is the best cure to stop a psychologically dysfunctional human.


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