Instituto Lumen Sapientiae (2010)

Lamartine De Hollanda Cavalcanti Neto
Instituto Filosófico Aristotélico Tomista
This book presents a course in General Psychology which offers, in a synthetic form, a general vision of contemporary Psychology, added by contributions that the Thomistic Psychology provides. Develops the basic concepts of psychological science, its study methodology, its historical evolution, the role of biological, psychological and social components that influence the behavior, beyond the study of psychopathology and therapy, comparing them always with the Thomistic approach.
Keywords General Psychology  Thomistic Psychology  Contributions of Thomistic Psychology
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