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What did you learn in your psychology classes?
Family & Parenting / 12:42 AM - Saturday January 02, 2010

What did you learn in your psychology classes?

For those who majored or took a psy class.

- Asked by jaws, A Thinker, Female, 46-55, Sacramento, Who Cares?

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I asked a very close friend who had just gained his Ph.D. (in psychology) if he could give me a 'gem' of truth...some bit of wisdom...about the behaviorial sciences.

His reply?

"It's all a crock! You can't predict human behavior. There are too damn many variables!"

- Response by drumboi2, A Guy Critical, Male, 56-65, Retired

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nothing is as it may appear.

- Response by pepperman46, A Mr. Nice Guy, Male, 46-55

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When I talk, I am deaf. rek

- Response by rekkonball, A Guy Critical, Male, 66 or older, Retired

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Whatever you say, you are in denial.

- Response by phoenixbandit, A Guy Critical, Male, 66 or older, Columbus, Law Enforcement

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That... you can sometimes, just "over-think" anything, at all.

- Response by geester, A Creative, Male, 46-55, Celebrity

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Way too much to list...I will say it is a very interesting and sometimes mind boggling field!!!

- Response by 1sassychic, A Married Girl, Female, 36-45, Student

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I learned that it is the craziest of folks that are last to seek out help.

- Response by randyl, A Thinker, Female, 36-45, Los Angeles, Technical

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Actions speak louder than words, and body language is a sure sign to rule out a lie.....

- Response by iowaczechartist, A Thinker, Female, 36-45

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I learned that all the psychobabble nonsense doesn't work in the real world.

- Response by greenwind, An Intellectual Guy, Male, 56-65, Construction

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I am a Psych major and I have learned a lot about the mind and how the hormones and chemicals in your brain control the way we think and act. Its important to realize that those hormone levels can control your thoughts and feelings and just by being aware of that, you should always learn to pay attention to your feelings but not allow them to control you. There are many ways to subside feelings of anger, depression, or just calm yourself down. Its all chemistry. Definitely not psychobabble and very helpful to ppl who are seriously in distress and need help. I think people have no idea how the brain works so they are easy to judge but if they picked up a book once in a while they would easily understand how it works.

- Response by themissez, A Married Girl, Female, 29-35

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