Deutsch: Leben

In psychology, the concept of "life" can refer to the overall experience of being alive and the various psychological, social, and emotional processes that are involved in living.

This can include things like personal growth, development, and well-being, as well as the way that individuals relate to and interact with others and their environment.

Psychologists and other researchers have studied various aspects of life from a psychological perspective, including topics such as identity, relationships, emotions, motivation, and meaning. Understanding the psychological factors that influence how people experience and make sense of their lives can help researchers and practitioners develop interventions and support systems that can improve people's well-being and overall quality of life.

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