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    (Original post by Ciel.)
    I have my reasons. Plus it's very flawed at the moment. :desu:
    How is it very flawed at the moment? What aspect of Psychlogy- which field of research? I'm beginning to wonder whether you actually know what psychology is.

    Perhaps it's best you reply to me on my profile rather than continue to derail this thread. I am very intrigued to hear from someone with no qualifications in Psychology provide some sweeping flaws across cognitive, social, developmental, and neuroscience aspects of psychology, and behavioural genetics. And to explain how it is all very flawed at the moment when the quality of research is better than it has ever been due to advancements in research techniques including significant improvements in brain imaging methods

    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    How is it very flawed at the moment? What aspect of Psychlogy- which field of research?
    I'm talking about psychiatry. The way they go about diagnosing mental health disorders is extremely flawed.

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