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What is psychology?
What is psychology?
The job descriptions for many careers in psychology have lower age limits but not upper. Many psychology courses have taken on some trainees over the age of 40 in recent years. Similarly, many of those who employ psychologists have well-developed equal opportunities policies which prevent them discriminating on the grounds of sex, disability, race or religion. Eight per cent of successful applications to clinical psychology courses in 1998 were from non-white candidates. However, entry to accredited postgraduate training courses is very competitive in all areas of applied psychology, regardless of the age or background of the applicant.
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