A Glossary of Descriptive Psychology Concepts

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  1. A process is a sequential change from one state of affairs to another.
  2. A process is a state of affairs which has other, related processes as immediate constituents.
  3. A process divides into related, smaller processes.
The process begins with some state of affairs, A, and ends with a different state of affairs, B. The change from A to B consists of at least two sequential changes, e.g., from A to Q and from Q to B. This implies that a process has duration.