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Neuroscience

March 27, 2020
I’m a medical school applicant for Pediatric Neurology and surgery. Part of my dissertation has to do with understanding psychology and thinking differently with recognition of thought. Emotions and depression are much different and often related. The former a brain process, with chemicals, the l...
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