2. What historical disciplines converge to create biological psychology?
3. What are some of the earliest examples of a biological approach to studying behavior?
4. What are some examples of modern careers that have resulted from studying biological psychology? Include an overview of the careers.
5. How is biological psychology viewed by other professionals in psychology today?
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