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    I want to do my EPQ on how martial arts such as Taekwon-do present benefits in changing the aggressive behaviour of violent teenagers. The problem is,one of the main theories from the ethological perspective ,which i wanted to include is also part of the specification of one of the subjects i am doing (psychology). Is it alright to include it if i apply in the context of sport psychology?
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    I want to do my EPQ on how martial arts such as Taekwon-do present benefits in changing the aggressive behaviour of violent teenagers. The problem is,one of the main theories from the ethological perspective ,which i wanted to include is also part of the specification of one of the subjects i am doing (psychology). Is it alright to include it if i apply in the context of sport psychology?
    Talk to your teacher on whether the overlap is too much.
    Do you really think you can write 5000 words on that?
    It also seems to lack direction, analysis and depth. It seems more to be the pros of TKW. I often suggest in picking a topic that is relevant to the course you are applying for.

    Do some research and decide whether theres enough there for you.
    You need a detailed essay plan before you commit.
 
 
 

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