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Introduction

This  Biological Influences research guide is designed to help Year 12 students studying Psychology.

The Forebrain and Midbrain

Sterling Pixels. (2014). The human brain: forebrain and midbrain [Clickview broadcast]. Retrieved from https://clickv.ie/w/ZHMd

Brain Structure and Function

Scanning the Brain

Britannica Online Encyclopedia

Health & Wellness Resource Centre

Australian New Zealand Reference Centre Plus

Psychological & Behavioural Sciences

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