Statement Of IB Psychology

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When I was in school I was inclined towards biology and my strongest subject was mathematics since the start. After my 10th STD I choose IB and I found myself growing towards psychology. Earlier when I joined my high school my ambition was to progress in medical science. I had decided to make my career as a gynaecologist or in medical engineering. But later on when I was exposed to the field of psychology i realised Psychology is the systematic study of behaviour and mental processes. Psychology has its roots in both the natural and social sciences, leading to a variety of research designs and applications, and providing a unique approach to understanding modern society. Hence this combination of studying one’s mind and behaviour using biology and mathematics made me take a second thought regarding my career options.…show more content…
Psychology takes a holistic approach that fosters intercultural understanding and respect. In the core of the IB psychology course, the biological level of analysis demonstrates what all humans share, whereas the cognitive and sociocultural levels of analysis reveal the immense diversity of influences that produce human behaviour and mental
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