Author Question: Whats the difference between this board and the Mental Health Board? (Read 1362 times)

Millan

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I always thought the mental health board and the psychology board were very similar. What topics are discussed here that make it different from the mental health board?



camila

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You get a broader range of questions on the Psychology board.  For example, questions about operant and classical conditioning, experimental design, training in psychology, etc.  I think on the mental health board you get more questions about specific mental health problems and difficulties and less on theory.  And you get a lot of folks asking psychology homework questions here, lol.



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