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Memorizing MCAT Psychology and MCAT Sociology Terminology
For many pre-med students, especially those who have majored in biology or a hard science, the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior Section can be challenging to prepare for because it may not correspond as closely to the core pre-med curriculum as the other science sections. There’s no way around the fact that success READ MORE
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MCAT May Public Office Hours – Psychology & Sociology Review
This Public Office Hours review session was run by Phil Hawkins, one of Next Step’s MCAT instructors. This review session covered the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section, commonly referred to as the Psych/Soc section, of the MCAT. As with all of our Public Office Hours sessions, this was an interactive webinar. Phil READ MORE
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MCAT Public Office Hours – Psychology and Sociology Content and Difficult Passage Review
This Public Office Hours session, run by Dr. Anthony, focused on the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior section of the MCAT exam. If you have difficulty with the content and content-heavy passages included in this section, we recommend watching a recording of the session below. As with all of our Public Office Hours READ MORE
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MCAT Public Office Hours – Psychology and Sociology Content Review
This webinar session was run by Andrew Dombrowski, one of Next Step’s Premium MCAT tutors and Content Developers. During this session, Andrew discussed study strategies, topics to pay attention to, and questions to ask yourself while working through the Psychology and Sociology content on the exam. He gives a more in-depth view of the high READ MORE
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Advisor Office Hours – Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior
Clara Gillan, Next Step’s Senior Content Developer and one of our course instructors, discusses the last section of the MCAT. She gives an overview of the Psych/Soc section of the exam before digging a little deeper. This session included the subjects tested in this section along with a percentage breakdown of how many questions you READ MORE
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Theories of Emotion: Which is Which?
The James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, and Schachter-Singer theories of emotion are an important topic for the Psychological and Social, and Biological Foundations section of the MCAT, and are also a perennial source of confusion for students due to the need to distinguish carefully between multiple theories named after different psychological researchers, such that the names of the READ MORE