no, it doesn't. certain people will apply biology to behavior they deem unnacceptable, but a scientist trained in how to properly research/test a subject won't look at it that way. psychology is the study of the mind, we use its discoveries to help us understand how the mind works. the evidence we find and the research we do because of what we find shows that biological processes (balance of chemicals and structure of the brain) relate to a person's personality. if anything in psychology is known, its this. but there is also the interaction of the electromagnetic field, which hardly anything is known about. i am not reducing the human being to a chemical structure. there are still many unknown variables lying within the connection between the neuronal structure of the mind, the electricity travelling through it, and the chemicals the mind releases. what is the use in viewing everything as mystical? it only leaves us in ignorance. it only makes us stagnate, and if anything can be learned from the universe its that stagnation leads to death. There is just as much awe in how the mind is revealed to work as there is in any myth you can come up with, perhaps even more. you want to fight against the oppression of mainstream science, yet when i try to open your eyes to real science, you're just as dismissive as the people who shove pills down childrens' throats. you reveal yourself to be just as hypocritcal and ignorant as the people you call oppressive with these statements. of course we don't understand consciousness in its entirety. we don't understand anything in its entirety and we never will. i don't believe that the human mind, nor any mind, can be reduced to just chemical and electrical interactions, but those interactions are a big part of it. most likely, anything more would be inherent in either those chemical or electrical reactions, rather than some completely different and new system.