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    which one is more interesting in your personal opinion? and what is easier?
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    I like both, but as I'm doing Politics at uni, I have to say that. The thing that turns me off psychology is some of the Freudian and Dream Analysis crap.
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    (Original post by breenm)
    I like both, but as I'm doing Politics at uni, I have to say that. The thing that turns me off psychology is some of the Freudian and Dream Analysis crap.
    what uni do you go to?
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    what uni do you go to?
    Well I'm starting at Kent on Saturday
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    And I'd have to say Psychology The Freudian 'crap' is exactly that but it's ridiculous to the extent that I find it interesting :') (Also Freud's stuff about burying stuff in the unconscious I believe is very true)
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    (Original post by Deyesy)
    And I'd have to say Psychology The Freudian 'crap' is exactly that but it's ridiculous to the extent that I find it interesting :') (Also Freud's stuff about burying stuff in the unconscious I believe is very true)
    Freud isn't really studied at most unis in psychology.

    neither subject is inherently more interesting, its based on your own view. Its quite to compare difficulty, politics at oxford would be much harder than psychology at kent, but likewise the opposite would be true at psychology at oxford. Depends alot on where you study
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    (Original post by iammichealjackson)
    Freud isn't really studied at most unis in psychology.

    neither subject is inherently more interesting, its based on your own view. Its quite to compare difficulty, politics at oxford would be much harder than psychology at kent, but likewise the opposite would be true at psychology at oxford. Depends alot on where you study
    He isn't you're right. We touched on him during a Developmental Psychology lecture but that was literally it. His theories have been proved to be empircally flawed which is probably why but I find him interesting nevertheless :')
 
 
 
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