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Aproximación al Concepto de Proceso en Psicología

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Author(s): Armando Navarro

Journal: Psicología
ISSN 1316-0923

Volume: 26;
Issue: 02;
Start page: 06;
Date: 2007;
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Keywords: Psychological processes | Scientific psychology | Empirical constructs | Hypothetical constructs | Intervenient variables | Levels of analysis

ABSTRACT
Labels like motivation, attention, perception, emotion, learning, imagination, memory and thinking are available as conceptual options in psychology to refer events that happen inside an organism when it performs any action. These concepts are part of the everyday language used by psychologist and someone who study psychology should know some of the meanings, theoretical interpretations developed to explain them and methods use in their study. Since a long time ago – even before the beginning of scientific psychology – organism’s behavior has been considered very complex. It is assume that beside stimulus and observable responses, behavior is influenced by mediator variables between observables events. Psychological processes are examples of factors influencing behavior that can’t be observed directly and according to some authors they are the essences of mind. This article, developed from the point of view of Professors to teach students of psychology, is a didactic exercise to make easier the introduction of them in the fascinating world of psychological processes and their relation with behavior.
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