# psych question

I would like you to think about a salient event. How would that event currently shape the field of psychology (what gets funded, what gets studied)?

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1. Which important event have you chosen?

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2. what is meant by an salient event

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3. http://vocabulary-vocabulary.com/dictionary/salient.php

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4. the funding of public schools

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5. by the school being crowded with students cause children to lose focus

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6. I agree.

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