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In psychology, the concept of "pattern" can refer to regularities or trends that are observed in behavior, thought, or experience. Patterns can be found at various levels of analysis, including individual, group, and societal levels.

For example, at the individual level, patterns might include the ways that an individual thinks, feels, or behaves in response to different stimuli or situations. At the group level, patterns might include trends or commonalities in the behaviors or experiences of a particular group of people, such as those belonging to a certain cultural or demographic group. At the societal level, patterns might include trends or regularities in the behaviors or experiences of a larger population or society as a whole.

Understanding patterns in behavior and experience can be important in psychology for a number of reasons. For example, recognizing patterns can help researchers identify underlying causes or contributing factors to certain behaviors or experiences, which can in turn help inform interventions or treatments to address these issues. Patterns can also help psychologists and other researchers understand how different factors, such as genetics, environment, or culture, might influence behavior or experience.

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