Deutsch: Bewegung

The term "movement" can refer to physical movement or to psychological movement, or changes in thoughts, feelings, or behaviors.

In the context of physical movement, psychologists may study how the body moves and how movement is controlled, including how the brain and nervous system coordinate and control movement. They may also study how physical movement is related to psychological factors, such as emotion, motivation, and cognition.

In the context of psychological movement, psychologists may study how individuals change and grow over time, both on an individual level and as part of larger social and cultural movements. This may include studying how individuals change their beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors in response to different experiences and influences, as well as how they adapt to new environments and situations.

Psychologists may also use movement as a therapeutic tool, such as in dance/movement therapy or in the use of physical exercises to improve mental and emotional well-being.

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