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Psychology Textbook

Narrated by: Andrea Giordani
Length: 43 mins
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Many different types of sciences are used for the improvement and development of many individuals or all of humanity. Every individual has a different mindset and a different thought process. By all these thought processes, an individual can behave or react to a particular situation. It is essential to understand that all the individuals can have different experiences and reactions to the same situation. This gives the conclusion that psychology of every individual is different and leads to different reactions. 

Psychology is basically a science that is dedicated to learning the mindset and behavior of humans and other living organisms. It is undoubtedly a fundamental science that helps humans in their day-to-day life so that they can live peacefully and with a clear mindset. Psychology is also responsible for helping people who have mental health issues. This science is not only playing a significant role in understanding and helping humans, but it is also beneficial for the animals. To know more about psychology listen to this audiobook.

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I thought this would be a good summarization of psychology. My college course descriptions go into more detail...for free. People who pioneered psychology weren't covered near enough. It also just repeated, tirelessly, how psychology can be beneficial to animals. I sure got that down.