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The '''psychological schools''' are the great classical theories of [[psychology]]. Each has been highly influential, however most [[psychologists]] hold [[eclectic]] viewpoints that combine aspects of each school.
 
 
The most influential ones are [[behaviorism]], the [[psychoanalytic school]] of [[Freud]], [[functionalism (psychology)|functionalism]], and [[cognitivism (psychology)|cognitivism]]. Here are some other schools of thought in psychology:
 
 
* [[Analytical psychology]]
 
* [[Association (psychology)]]
 
* [[Behaviorism]] (see also [[Radical behaviourism]])
 
* [[Berlin school]]
 
* [[Cognitivism (psychology)|Cognitivism]]
 
* [[Depth psychology]]
 
* [[Descriptive psychology]]
 
* [[Distributed cognition]]
 
* [[Ecological psychology]]
 
* [[Ego psychology]]
 
* [[Enactivism]]
 
* [[Environmental psychology]]
 
* [[Evolutionary psychology]]
 
* [[Existential psychology]]
 
* [[Functionalism (psychology)|Functionalism]]
 
* [[Genetic epistemology]]
 
* [[Gestalt psychology]]
 
* [[Graz school]]
 
* [[Hormic|Hormic approach]]
 
* [[Humanistic psychology]] and [[Phenomenology]]
 
* [[Individual psychology]]
 
* [[London School of Differential Psychology]]
 
 
* [[Object relations theory]]
 
* [[Phenomenological psychology]]
 
* [[Psychoanalysis]]
 
* [[Reactology]]
 
* [[Self (psychology)]]
 
* [[Soviet psychology]]
 
* [[Structuralism]]
 
* [[Symbolic interactionism]]
 
* [[Transactional analysis]]
 
* [[Transpersonal psychology]]
 
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[[Category:Psychology lists|Psychological schools]]
 

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