Today we no longer find psychologists who describe themselves as structuralists or functionalists. The numbers of orthodox behaviorists and psychoanalysts have been declining. Now what are they?
contemporary psychologists in the behaviorist tradition look themselves as social cognitive theorists, and many psychoanalysts consider themselves neoanalysts rather than traditional Freudians. (today there are several broad, influential perspectives in psychology: biological, cognitive, humanistic-existential, psychodynamic, learning, and sociocultural perspectives. Each emphasizes different topics of investigation.