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PersonalStatement - Casey Gresh February 7, 2011 English...

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Casey Gresh February 7, 2011 English 393 My Journey Through Psychology Audience : My audience is the supervisors of the Cornerstone Clinic at the John Hopkins Bayview Center. Cornerstone is a substance abuse center that solely treats outpatients. Specifically, am writing to Michelle Tuten, the Director of the clinic. I first encountered psychology as a course in school when I was a senior in high school at Mount de Sales Academy for Girls in Catonsville, Maryland. The class was Advanced Placement Psychology and as a basic introduction, it intrigued me. I went on to ace the end-of-year exam, subsequently earning college credit for the course, which exempted me from Psychology 100 at the University of Maryland (UMD). Since I was very interested in the subject and already had a foot in the door before even starting my freshman year of college, I chose psychology as my major in Fall 2008. Over the past three years I have taken an array of upper-level psychology courses, transforming my slight interest for the topic into a full-blown passion. Throughout my undergraduate career, I have taken classes ranging from Adult Pathology to Behavioral Pharmacology to Communication and Persuasion. These classes have entirely altered my view of the world because they inspire me to discover and evaluate
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course ENGL 393 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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