How/why did you choose Psychology as a major? I chose Psychology as a major after taking a child psychology class and feeling enthralled with the whole concept of learning and development. My professor for this class was outstanding and I felt he represented the Department very well. So I declared Psychology for my major and dove in.
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- How/why did you choose Psychology as a major? I have always been interested in human behavior, how the brain works, and what drives us to make the choices we make.
- How/why did you choose Psychology as a major? I was always interested in human behavior and the underlying physiological process underlying those behaviors.
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