3.5 Functional Contextualism vs. Traditional Psychology

This emphasis on events or actions is an important characteristic of functional contextualism. In a general sense, it can be said that many psychologists analyze human behavior in terms of nouns or things, whereas functional contextualists analyze it in terms of verbs or actions.

Functional Contextualism

Analytic GoalMethod
Prediction and influence of psychological events
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