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Psychology and the MCAT: Foundational Concept 9

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Overview of Psychology concepts required for the new MCAT, per the AAMC (American Association of Medical Colleges) guidelines. This guide is for FC 9, see other mindmaps for other FCs. This provides a breakdown of category concepts and includes links to further resources. More will be added. Please comment if you create or discover a resource that you think should be linked here.
Sarah Egan
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Sarah Egan
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Psychology and the MCAT: Foundational Concept 9
  1. Content Category 9A: Understanding social structure (See also MCAT and Sociology)
    1. Social Institutions
      1. Family
      2. Culture
        1. Evolution and human culture
      3. Content Category 9B: Demographic characteristics and processes (See also MCAT and Sociology)
        1. Demographic structure
          1. Age

            Attachments:

            1. Gender

              Attachments:

              1. sexual orientation
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