Since ancient times has always tried to describe and find solutions to behavioral problems in the Greek world, emerges for the first time the concept of mental illness, referring to the madness came from an explanation of demonology. Medieval religious thought all those abnormal behaviors explained as a result of an evil eye, spell or epilepsy / possession. Priests cure people with epilepsy through what is called exorcism and apparently gave results and the company were astonished, but the reality is that the person returned to its normal state that epilepsy only lasts a short time not by exorcism. The seventeenth and eighteenth centuries are characterized by the defense of pathological and patho-physiological approaches. Pathology, this approach, explains the madness with their supposed location and reduction of the anatomical disease collide with the first conceptions of neurosis, and in general for nervous diseases, on the other hand the patho-physiological, and these were on approach to disease. Whytt argued that since most of the diseases depend on the SN should be called nerve.

Collen expands this thesis and built one of the first neologisms, which appears for the first time the term neurosis. Galen was the first Doctor who wrote the herbal medicine and put into practice with others, but eventually realized that not all herbs cure diseases so concluded that there were diseases that were cured only with words . Psychopathology: the ordered set of knowledge related to abnormalities of mental life in all its aspects, including its causes and consequences and the methods used with the corresponding purpose …, his ultimate goal is the individual’s care abnormal or sick, but knowledge of their experience and behavior, including facts and relationships that can be formulated in general concepts and principles. ” Psychopathology obtained for study patient information across clinical, epidemiological and experimental strategies and the types of research are diverse, the most interesting correlation is sometimes not very objective because of their large spread of people, the ethics of a psychologist in research plays an important role because you have patient information is mostly confidential. Psychopathology for study is based on the medical, the biological and the behavioral, taking for its successful integration a bit of the 3. I believe that for our normal behavior and / or abnormal, biological factors have influence, but more than anything is the context that determines how we will behave, since each action is a reaction, if we are exposed to study under definitely a lot of pressure we will behave different if we are on vacation, resting examinations and no responsibilities and tasks, therefore only 30% is determined at 70% biological and environmental influences.