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    How do the practicals in Biology and Chemistry help with understanding research in Psychology, I want to talk about scientific analysis and statistical tests etc (this is for my personal statement)
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    Mostly neuropsychology, the stuff with the brain and chemical reactions, transmission etc.
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    How do the practicals in Biology and Chemistry help with understanding research in Psychology, I want to talk about scientific analysis and statistical tests etc (this is for my personal statement)
    doesn't psychology use experiments the same as science? just talk about the skills you have learned in science and that you know you will be required to do similar in psychology. Tbh there are better things you could talk about than this
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    I have done all the skills i’ve learned in science, there is a big emphasis in research methods in the course so i need to talk about this
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