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Psychology is the examination of the conscious and unconscious mind and human behavior. A professional researcher involved in this specialty is called a psychologist. As per the WHO (world health organization), all over 450 million people currently suffer and affect by such conditions, placing mental illness or disorders among the leading causes of ill health and disability worldwide. A total 8 type psychology disorders describe by professional scientists such as:

1) Abnormal Psychology

Abnormal psychology is the study of mental illness and abnormal human thoughts. There are many types of abnormal psychology that human faces in their life Behavior in Those with Anxiety Disorders, Behavior with Phobias, Psychology of Those with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Behavior of Those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Behavior and Mood Disorders.

2) Biopsychology

Biopsychology is referring to the biology and physical health of the patient. In this type of disorder psychologists research how the brain functions in order to understand behavior. Most professionals in the field of psychology and biology agree that the mind and the body are connected. Research constantly shows us that the way we think affects the way we behave, the way we feel, and the way our bodies respond.

3) Social Psychology

Professional psychologist says social psychology is the concept of how patient behavior is chance by the presence of others and his behaviors.
Social psychology is Sociology and education in order to help us better understands human behavior in education. In this disorder, individuals have trouble interacting with others.

4) Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive psychology disorder is related to memory problems or difficulties, changes in behavior, agitation, trouble learning mood swings, etc. in this disorder people can’t able to completely situate to time and space. Cognitive disorders include amnesia, dementia, and delirium.

5) Developmental Psychology

Developmental psychology disorder happens in childhood it refers also to childhood disorder. As per psychologist development diseases mostly effect on physical capacity and mental power of the child. In this case, the child’s physical and mental ability can’t grow properly and the patient suffers and faces lots of problems in their daily lifetime.

6) Personality Psychology

There are 4 types of personality disorder Dependent personality disorder, Narcissistic personality disorder, Histrionic personality disorder, and Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, in this disease people’s way of thinking, behavior, and pattern of imagination is different from others. This mental illness is a long-term issue in an individual’s life. There are some symptoms of this disorder constant mood swings, Unable to make friends easily, being fully dependent on other people, and feeling alone and angry always.

7) Forensic Psychology

Forensic psychology is the part or study of clinical psychology in legal situations. This refers to the study of the relationship between human psychology and the criminal justice system. This can be a broad definition of the term, allocating room for research, analysis, and academic study of psychology and law; the narrow definition refers to the professional or skilled psychological assessment of an individual who is currently participating in a legal process. This can be an assessment to understand an individual state of mind during a crime, their ability to stand trial, witness credibility, and more.

8) Industrial-Organizational Psychology

Industrial and organizational (I/O) psychologists focus on the behavior and reaction of employees in the workplace. They apply psychological principles and research techniques to improve the overall work environment, including performance, professional satisfaction, communication, and safety.

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