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#92 - Well, I do maths so a lot of people not only think it's boring…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/29/2015 on weapons :D +1
#93 - manananggal (08/29/2015) [-]
yeah admittedly I hate math myself, but that's just me I loved that feeling on having to no longer have math class anymore after I reached my second year in college, no offense
#90 - psychology is boring imo.  [+] (9 new replies) 08/29/2015 on weapons :D 0
#91 - manananggal (08/29/2015) [-]
it may be boring for you , but I guess I'm just lucky to have friends who are interested in it. Plus, it might based upon culture that in mine, it's seem interesting to learn more about people and relating with them, than something that is more objective , but I can't blame you given our interest may actually different anyway. though I'm sick of the stereotype that psychologist can read minds
User avatar #108 - izdubar (08/31/2015) [-]
Word, brother. One thing that I find interesting is that a lot of people thing that psychology is a pretty unified field while in reality, it's one of the most decentralised and fractured fields of scientific endeavour. I once heard a quote that psychology "is like the tower of Babel - everybody speaks a completely different language" and I gotta say that's very much my own perception.

By the way, what's your favorite psychologist/school? I'm a jungian myself, hope that doesn't alienate you
#110 - manananggal (08/31/2015) [-]
Well I do like Jung theories, if I am not mistaken it's the idea of the different archetypes rights that every person has right? I tend to forget technical terms haha . Anyway if anything among the psych classes I had, my favorite would be personality psychology, well because , it made me feel better as a human being and others as a human being, especially in it's humanistic approach. It's also pretty fun to determine mine and each other's personality types although of course not everyone is necessarily trapped on that label in life permanently . Though when I talk psych stuff to people, I don't "literally" talk to them using it since I tend to forget a technical name of it haha , plus I might end up confusing other people but apply it through action or situations and explain it to them through my own understanding.
User avatar #111 - izdubar (08/31/2015) [-]
Yeah, personally I find that humanistic psychology and analytical psychologicy (Jung) are very close. Especially some of Rodgers' theories - often, it seemed to me as if Rodgers took some of Jung's stuff and forcefully divorced it from the mythological and "religious" connotations. For example, the concept of "self-actualization" seems to me extremely similiar to Jung's "individuation". Rodgers being the more popular, secular and approachable, Jung being the more esoterical and hard to digest...a very interesting parallel in the split between the Mahayana and Theravada buddhism popped into my mind.
#113 - manananggal (08/31/2015) [-]
Well personally, I like to think that everything despite, having different meanings, have a certain and central idea. Some people may know this and not know that. Some people may give it many names , while others only know it's one name. But what matters is that we are all aware of it , and we try hard enough to go up and find our path to get to that central idea. Well I do thank these theorist who try their best to define it
User avatar #114 - izdubar (08/31/2015) [-]
Hmmm, but then again there's magnitude of difference between the schools. Take for example the the view of the psyche. You have the static, tripartite view of psychoanalisis (ego, id, superego), the 'conditioning algorithm' of the behaviorists, the dynamic archetypal complex of the jungians, the 'whatever-the-fuck-I-don't-even' of the gestaltist, etc...
User avatar #115 - manananggal (08/31/2015) [-]
well yeah true, well not all ideas and theory can work with one another I mean humanistic perspective existence was there to go against Freuds idea anyway... . There are ways to integrate anyway multiple theories, if not all, for a study for example, if you examine or need to understand a client/friend one can use Erikson's theory to examine whether he/she may have a difficulty dealing with "something" in a certain age, then shift to Maslow, whether this person has a lack of "need" to be satisfied, then shift to personality traits, wherein one may observe his traits and determine how this person expresses his/herself, through quantitative data in order to measure a frequency of a "behavior" From looking at multiple theories and ways of measure (whether quantitatively, or qualitatively , or even both) one would be able to understand or help that friend. This may also be loyal to Gestalt's idea of the "whole is greater than the sum" one can also look and try to connect the dots between different ideas in order to make a bigger picture. After all, the reason for schools of learning is to make things easier to understand of course there are moments one has to segregate certain ideas during a situation , not harder
#92 - thenewneone (08/29/2015) [-]
Well, I do maths so a lot of people not only think it's boring but hate it.
So, yh everyone has different tastes.
#93 - manananggal (08/29/2015) [-]
yeah admittedly I hate math myself, but that's just me I loved that feeling on having to no longer have math class anymore after I reached my second year in college, no offense
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#1 - broorb (09/10/2013) [-]
Huh. Looking at your comments, you seem to find a lot of time to sit and complain about **** . Ever done anything worthwhile, mate?
#2 to #1 - thenewneone (09/10/2013) [-]
nope.
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