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The inevitable human body and its complex organ system has always amazed me since a very young age.What has always fascinated me the most is the way the human body defends itself for survival.Studying biology willl answer will only some of my queries about the human body and its way of functioning. Nimra
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I would study how to design and sew clothes, but mainly for costume purposes. As I've said in another thread I love dressing up, and it'd be even better if I could make the costumes myself!

I am very happy doing psychology though, this would be more of a hobby!
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The brain and how it works

Also psychology and the lives of people who are suffering or have suffered from mental illnesses ❤️
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Physics and Philosophy combined, with multiple languages on the side
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Perhaps something like psychology, that helps me accurately judge a person's intentions. Being absolutely horrendous at this has cost me many times
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Something creative, like art or drama
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Law. Particularly the intricacies of benefit law.
Also the psychological effects of injury in sport- I’m about to start a Combined STEM degree with the OU focusing on sport and exercise sciences, One of the modules I’m doing will be sports psychology and I’m really hoping it touches on that. I know several ex pro sportsmen who have retired with serious injury, and I’m fascinated with the mental processes behind these kind of injuries.
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(Original post by kiki213)
The brain and how it works

Also psychology and the lives of people who are suffering or have suffered from mental illnesses ❤️
this is what I do
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How to be like Batman.
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(Original post by Noodlzzz)
this is what I do
That’s amazing 😁 I would like to study psychology, maybe volunteer to help people suffering from mental illnesses as I am studying law but I want to help people suffering from mental illnesses as I feel that even though it is a hot topic that is discussed a lot in the media, mental health sufferers are very underappreciated and they deserve much better care ❤️
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I’d probably study medicine, I’m absolutely not caring enough to actually be a doctor but I’ve always been fascinated by the idea of being able to literally heal people (too many video games maybe.) Atm I want to be a lawyer though, I think it suits me far more.
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(Original post by kiki213)
That’s amazing 😁 I would like to study psychology, maybe volunteer to help people suffering from mental illnesses as I am studying law but I want to help people suffering from mental illnesses as I feel that even though it is a hot topic that is discussed a lot in the media, mental health sufferers are very underappreciated and they deserve much better care ❤️
You could always go into the legal side of mental health? Things like legal representation for people who are sectioned.
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You could always go into the legal side of mental health? Things like legal representation for people who are sectioned.
Yeah that sounds good!
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Music, of course.
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Music, of course.
Any aspect of it in particular?
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I'd love to study the way in which someone's childhood impacts them later in adulthood - their values, beliefs, physical and mental health etc. It's something I got to look at briefly in an attachement module but I'd love to dive deep into how much our upbringing and early experiences make us who we are.
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Criminal profiling
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Criminal profiling
You do psychology right? Have you seen the series 'Lie to me'? Mix of psychology and criminal profiling!
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I’d do music since I got to grade 4 violin but gave it up start of year 10 because of GCSEs i had it as my gcse reserve but got into my first choices
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anatomy and physiology!
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