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Discover Psychology
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4.4 stars from 8 ratings
Very educational
I'm a first year psych student at McMaster, and I find these lectures very interesting. Ideas are approached from such basic- but also intriguing- perspectives, and I find that these perspectives draw the general public into learning what they thought they'd never be interested in.
Joejoe26 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 11/18/12
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