Psyche (psychology)

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The Ancient Greeks believed that the Psyche (or soul) was responsible for behaviour. The study of the mind is called psychology, and a person who studies the mind and helps people with their mind problems is called a psychologist.

In modern times the word is used as a synonym of mind.[1]

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  1. Reber A.S. & E.S. 2001. Dictionary of psychology, p577. 3rd ed, Penguin Reference.