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12x – 17 = 151
12(14) – 17 = 168 – 17 = 151 x = 14
What skills are gained when studying Philosophy?
Problem-solving, communication skills, persuasive powers, and writing skills
What is mental processing?
Psychology looks at one's behavior, which is observable, but they also seek to understand the unobserved parts of an individual, that is the mental process. Mental processes are the experiences that each person has in relation to their thoughts, feelings, and motives. These thoughts, feelings, and motives are private experiences; they are not observed by others. Although individuals do not see mental processes, each person understands them to be real because of their own experience. Our mental processes can become observed through our behavior. Take hugging, for example; the process of hugging an actual person is the behavior, but the thought about what the hug felt like for you is the mental process. Another example, using the hug, would be about how the hug made you feel; did you like the hug, did it make you feel confident, did it relax you are all different ways to think about the action itself.
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