integration in psychology is the process of combining different theoretical perspectives, methods, or findings to create a more comprehensive and coherent understanding of human behaviour and mental processes. integration can occur at different levels, such as within a discipline (e.g., cognitive-behavioural therapy), across disciplines (e.g., neuropsychology), or between science and practice (e.g., evidence-based practice). It can enhance the validity, applicability, and generality of psychological knowledge and interventions.

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