Short Communication - Journal of Psychology and Cognition (2023) Volume 8, Issue 1
Analysis of clinical and cognitive psychology.
As thoughts and emotions cannot be seen, the human mind is extremely complex and challenging to understand. The Greek terms psyche, which means spirit or soul, and logia, which means to study, are combined to form the word psychology. The term "psychology" literally means "the study of the soul." The definition of the soul varies greatly throughout cultures and faiths since it cannot be seen or understood in the same way as the body. For instance, many Catholics consider the soul to be a person's spiritual conviction as well as the subject of human consciousness and liberty. Psychology has many diverse subfields, and many of them, as well as psychology itself, are relatively recent fields of study. Clinical psychology fosters adaptation, adjustment, and human growth through the combination of science, theory, and practise.Author(s): Leif Nelson*