With a Psychology degree you might be interested in a career that examines how animal species are the same or different--Comparative Psychology
Comparative Psychologists study the behavior and mental processes of non-human animals, in terms of phylogentic history, adaptive significance, and behavior. If you like working with animals, a career related to Comparative Psychology might be perfect for you.
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