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Biology
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How do you learn physiology?

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Answer:

You can't learn physiology without learning anatomy. The two terms go hand in hand when dealing with living organisms. The structure of an organism (anatomy) defines its function (physiology). Understanding why things are functioning creates a bigger picture, and is essential for truly learning and understanding this subject.

Psychology
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How is psychology relevant in everybody's daily lives?

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Answer:

Psychology is the study of the mind. Not just the brain and its anatomical aspects, but the physiology of how those anatomical parts work together. This creates behavior. Psychology is relevant in everybody's daily life because it's a part of science that studies the mind and behavior, which is something everyone has (mind) and produces (behavior).

Anatomy
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What does Anatomy consist of?

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Answer:

Although many people regard the word "anatomy" with the human body, it goes to define all living organisms. It consists of the structure, composition, and parts of the organism being studied.

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