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im really stuck on what to do for a field study question on psychology.. any help???
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Do you have any ideas of psychology which particularly appeal to you?
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Criminology would be good
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I did an EPQ about why forgetting is a natural part of memory. I found there was so much to write about and it was so interesting to learn too!
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Do you have any ideas of psychology which particularly appeal to you?
eating disorders are something i find really interesting
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eating disorders are something i find really interesting
There's plenty of research available looking at eating disorders. I would perhaps consider the susceptibility of different groups to eating disorders - does it divide along gender lines? Age? Race? Education? Geography? etc. etc.
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