Scope of psychology/Psychology’s range
What exactly do we mean when we talk about a subject’s scope? The following two topics are typically used to discuss a subject’s scope:
1. Its operational and application limitations 2. The branches, “opics, and the topics it covers. Psychology has an excessively broad range of uses and applications. It researches, defines, and explains how living things behave. The phrases “behaviour” and “living things” have very broad definitions in this context. Any form of life activity or experience that a living organism has, whether conative, cognitive, or affective, implicit or explicit, conscious, unconscious, or sub-conscious, is considered behaviour. The phrase “living organism,” on the other hand, is to be used to refer to all living things generated by the Ainsighty, regardless of their species, caste, colour, age, sex, or condition of mind or body. Normals, abnormals, kids, teens, young adults, adults, seniors, criminals, employees, authorities, students, eachers, parents, consumers, and producers thus belonging to various stocks, realms, and paths of humankind
Not just human behaviour, but also that of animals, insects, birds, and even plant life should be taken into consideration.
So, wherever there appears to be life, there are living things. For the study of the behaviours and experiences of these living things, psychology may be required. We are aware that there are innumerable living things and their many activities, thus there is no restriction on the operations and applications of the subject psychology