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Level 1Level 2I went ahead with the color coding that was suggested. Areas in green are probably good to go (AE)
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Forensic and Legal PsychologyCorrectional
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Forensic Clinical
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Legal
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Environmental PsychologyPlace Identity
How about natural environments, social settings, built environments, learning environments, informational environments, and sustainability behavior? (AE)
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Place Attachment
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Environmental Consciousness
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Behavioral Settings
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Educational Psychology
We could have the learner, the learning situation, and the learning process. These are apparently the main areas within Educational psychology (AE)
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Sport Psychology
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Consumer Psychology
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School PsychologyAssessment
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Consultation
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Intervention
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Physiology
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NeuroscienceBehavioral neuroscience
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Clinical neuroscience
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Cognitive neuroscience
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Developmental neuroscience
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Molecular and cellular neuroscience
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EvolutionSurvival and psychological adaptations
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Mating
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Parenting
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Family and Kin
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Reciprocity
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Health PsychologyMedicalI propose stress, illness, health related behavior, prevention, and treatment (AE)
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Occupational Health
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Clinical PsychologyPain
As a trained clinical and health psychologist, I would suggest the following level 2 labels for clinical psychology
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Emotion
Anxiety disorders
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DisabilityAssessment
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Counseling
Bipolar and related disorders
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Couples, Marriage, & Family
Clinical Child Psychology
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Clinical Assessment & DiagnosisClinical Ethics
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Psychopathology
Clinical Neuropsychology
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Child
Clinical Psychophysiology
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Adolescent
Couples, Marriage, and Family
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Adult
Depressive disorders
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Developmental PsychopathologyDiagnosis
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Community
Disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders
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Social Work
Dissociative disorders
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Clinical Neuropsychology
Elimination disorders
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Clinical Psychophysiology
Feeding and eating disorders
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Clinical Ethics
Gender dysphoria
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Intervention Research
Intervention Research
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Neurocognitive disorders
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Cognitive PsychologyAttention
Neurodevelopmental disorders
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Creativity
Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders
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Decision making
Paraphilic disorders
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Emotion
Let's talk about what we want to do with emotion. I don't think it needs to be under cognitive psychology but it's not solely a part of social, i/o or personality either.
Personality disorders
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MemoryPsychotherapy
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Problem solving
Schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders
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Reasoning
Sexual dysfunctions
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Language
Sleep-wake disorders
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Concepts and categories
Somatic symptom and related disorders
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Imagery
Substance-related and addictive disorders
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Consciousness
Trauma- and stressor-related disorders
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Learning
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Animal Learning and Behavior
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PerceptionAudition
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Olfaction
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Skin senses
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Vestibular and proprioceptive
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Vision
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Multisensory
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Developmental PsychologyCognitive development
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Social development
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Emotional development
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Physical development
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Motor development
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Perceptual development
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Moral development
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Attachment
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Personality development
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Language aquisition
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Self-Concept and Identity
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Early Childhood/Schooling
I really like all the level 2 labels so far but not sure what to do with the rest. Early childhood seems to suggest a specific time frame. If we include this one, we should include all other time frames as well and I'm not sure that will be usefull. We could have one specific label for later life events though (not sure how to call that). Delinquency/problem behavior is maybe part of developmental psychopathology (?) (AE)
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Delinquency/Problem Behavior
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Aging
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Death, Dying, and Grieving
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Industrial and Organizational PsychologyCareers/Coaching/Mentoring/Socialization/Onboarding/Retirement
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Consulting Practices/Ethical Issues
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Emotions/Emotional Labor
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Employee Withdrawal/Retention
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Global/International/Cross-Cultural Issues
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Groups/Teams
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Human Factors/Ergonomics
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