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  1. Thanks for the response. It's been sort of a mixed back with my responses but I think I'm going to take both. They do seem pretty easy. I appreciate it!
  2. This is awesome feedback. Thank you. I plan on taking both. Thanks for taking the time to respond to my post. I really appreciate it.
  3. This is exactly the feedback I was hoping to get. Thank you. I think I will take both. I may start with lifespan for the reason more programs probably ask for it, then take abnormal psychology because I am quite interested in mental health. Thank you again.
  4. I'm trying to decide whether Abnormal Psychology or Lifespan Human Growth & Development would be a better second psychology course to take. I've looked at my top programs and either they don't mention which is better or they mention both. Anyone willing to tell me which one would look better to admission panels? Which is most helpful when becoming a PA? Which one would be more interesting? I've included course descriptions below. The Abnormal Psychology course does have a higher course number, if that matters. Abnormal Psychology: An introduction to the psychological science of mental disorders including problems of emotion, mood, mind, schizophrenia and personality disorders. Diagnosis and treatment will also be considered. Lifespan Human Growth and Development: A multidimensional approach to studying human growth and development across the lifespan involving theory, research, and practical applications.
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