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Mr. Teacher, how did the application of knowledge in psychology and other human sciences arise?
the concept of psychology and other human sciences is to investigate and understand human behavior, which includes a diverse range of disciplines. Some disciplines aim broadly to predict human behavior
How could we work on it? Is there any specific methodology?
There are ways to study psychology, economics, and anthropology, with experiments, observations, questions/interviews or case studies. Or sometimes, we make assumptions of law-like behavior.
We use understanding of self as a locus of consciousness, as an economicagent or as an individual defined relative to a social background. modern economics and psychology are more collaborative, although anthropology seems to be more open to individual contributions
How do we use personal knowledge in human sciences?
Freudian psychodynamics have been replaced by a drive towards empirical observation of behavior in modern theories in psychology. Early views of economics as a study of man as a maximizer of utility have been replaced by modern behavioral economics which sees man as essentially irrational and heuristic. Early ideas of anthropology as a study in human progress have been replaced with less value-laden perspectives
One more question...How has human science been developing since it started to be investigated?