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Physiological Psychology

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by SirShagaLot, May 17, 2007.

  1. SirShagaLot

    SirShagaLot Move Maker Extraordinaire 5+ Year Member

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    In the instructions for entering your coursework on aadsas it says psychology classes are "non-science"....but it says neuroscience classes are "Biology"...Now, the prefix for my Physio. Psch. course is PSY304. However, the course is about neuroscience...not really psychology at all.....I should prob. mark it "non-science" right? But i want to mark it "BIology".

    wut u think

    thanks:cool:
     
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  3. t man

    t man Epoxi-Lips 2+ Year Member

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    No, you should put it as biology. If you read the instructions closely, you should get the feeling that you have to make a judgement call based on the material you learned. I think they even use an example very similar to your case.
     
  4. SirShagaLot

    SirShagaLot Move Maker Extraordinaire 5+ Year Member

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    cool....i just figured since it was listed with a PSY prefix that aadsas would say its psychology. thanks
     
  5. Mstoothlady2012

    Mstoothlady2012 5+ Year Member

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    yes the material is neuroscience...but i think it still counts as psychology...i might be wrong
     
  6. lilietta2000

    lilietta2000 Dr.lili 2+ Year Member

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    i guess it's psy...
     

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