“Psychology is the study of the human mind and behavior, offering the chance to explore unanswered questions about the brain, such as how it functions under stress, how it learns language, how it remembers facts or how mental illness can affect the way it works. During your psychology degree you can choose to specialize in specific areas of psychology such as health, clinical, educational, research, occupational, counseling, neuro, sport and exercise, and forensic.
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So, what can you do with a psychology degree?
There are many different options available to psychology degree holders, depending on your specializations and interests, such as:
- Social worker
- Educational psychologist
- Human resource manager
- Research roles