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1. What are the three ways that computers and
psychology are related?
2. Thanks to developments in computer
programming, scientists have started to use
methods.
3. How are the patients suffering from anxiety cured
via computer technology?
4. How did the traditional counseling change?
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1. What are the three ways that computers and psychology are related? 2. Thanks to developments in computer programming, scientists have started to use methods. 3. How are the patients suffering from anxiety cured via computer technology? 4. How did the traditional counseling change?

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