So, I'm a college student, as most of you don't know, and I currently have a paper to write (which is due on november 11th, a.k.a decades from now) but I'm the type of person to finish things the moment they are assigned. As the title states, this is a paper on Psychology and is supposed to demonstrate my understanding and application of everything that's been taught in class (Neuroscience, Phrenology; but not necessarily all of them, just to show I know what I'm doing) using only a single source (A movie, an article, etc). I had only just started writing this essay (should be maximized to a 1000 words) and I've written the introduction so far, and would like your opinions/criticism on my style of writing, so here it goes; Science, as it stands, has been the predominant source of intelligence for an extended period of time. Every type of science plays a specific role in providing us with knowledge of different sectors of life. One of the many most influential sciences that have shaped the perspective of society towards the concept of human behaviour is actually the study of psychology. Now, psychology itself is a broad word that stands for several other sub-sciences such as neuroscience and phrenology, but nevertheless, represents the general study of the human mind and behaviour. Despite psychology being looked down upon by the more famous sciences such as physics, biology and chemistry, the fact that psychology has had a greater impact on the interaction between humans is undeniably one of the most difficult things that may ever be accomplished due to the vast diversity that lies between humans themselves, be it social or cognitive. Every human varies in their physical and psychological elements; the study of psychology tends to look at both of these concepts and explains them through ever-changing theories, studies and experiments. The mind and body are of complexity, and require thorough analysis of varying experimentation in order to provide an explanation to creations so complex; psychology does just that and can be perfectly demonstrated in (insert source here) The ending (Insert Source Here) is basically the block that can be filled up with anything once I find the source I would like to use.