Dynamic-psychology



noun
1.
any approach to psychology that emphasizes drives and motives as determinants of behavior.
noun
1.
(psychol) any system of psychology that emphasizes the interaction between different motives, emotions, and drives

dynamic psychology n.
The branch of psychology that concerns itself with the causes and motivations of behavior.

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