PSYCHOAFRICALYSIS DEFINED

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PSYCHOAFRICALYSIS DEFINED

Psychoafricalytic Psychology:

Psychoafricalysis or Psychoafricalytic Psychology also known as Oshodian Psychology is a theory of inner mental processes, conscious intentions, observable actions, formation of human personality,   perceptual orientations, cultural undertakings, spiritual presentations, biochemical variants  in the African perspectives (Oshodi, 2012).

REFERENCE:

Oshodi, J. E. (2012). History of Psychology in the Black Experience: Perspectives Then and Now: A psychology in the perspective of the history of the Africans and people of African descent. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

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