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Hello everybody! Is the High - Yield behavioral science (Barbara Fadem) all I need (about it)? But what about 4 tiny pages of the Statistical Analyses - isnt it tooooo brief? Should I bye High-Yeld Biostatistics (Anthony N.Glaser)?
:oops: DEAR ALENA:
I think that the most challenging and confusing topic of USMLE step1 is behavioral sciences.I have studied BRS behavioral sciences more than 3 times / high-yield behavioral sciences /blueprints psychiatry Q&A/high-yield biostatistic.I think that am master in psychiatry and biostatistic ,but untill now I do not know how I can master for psychology questions seen in USMLE exam.If you read "pretest behavioral sciences",you will appreciate that it is completely different and somewhat boring subject.
In any condition; If you consult with anyone else ,please advise me that what is the best and less time-consuming book for this boring subject(behavioral sciences).
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Thank you very much.
MOHAMMADALI MOHAJEL SHOJA
I am using BRS and A&L's Review of Epidemiology & Biostat. for the USMLE. I guess they complement each other.
Don't panick; for those of us who studied outside the US, we find it relatively new, and speaking about the American society, especially when it comes to statistical facts.
You can also try Usmle behavioral science made ridicuously simple.
behavioral science for us (IMG) is very hard and confuses :cry:
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