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why do psychologist study the brain and the nervous system?
This will make the psychologist aware of the normal activity of the brain and nervous system in comparing with how a person behaves. [ Irregularities on the brain and nervous system would also allow them to make decisions why such behavior is arising on their patients. ]
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