Psychology is the science that studies human behavior and mental processes. To explain behavior, it analyses human individuality as well as collectivity. As the complexities of human life and behavior  are increasing day by day, the necessity of psychology and it’s application also increasing.

Psychology was introduced in Adamjee Cantonment College in 1998 at H.S.C level. Initially the subject was opened for the students of Science and Humanities group. But now only the students of Humanities group can study this  subject. Psychology is one of the most practical oriented subjects for the students of humanities group in this   college

German physician Wilhelm Wundt is credited with introducing psychological discovery into a laboratory setting. Known as the "father of experimental psychology"

Freud went on to develop theories about the unconscious mind and the mechanism of repression, and established the field of verbal psychotherapy by creating psychoanalysis, a clinical method for treating psychopathology through dialogue between a patient (or "analysand") and a psychoanalyst. Though psychoanalysis has declined as a therapeutic practice, it has helped inspire the development of many other forms of psychotherapy, some diverging from Freud's original ideas and approach.