This is good news!
Collaboration between disciplines is important.
I went to Sussex University, and they promote inter-disciplinary study for all students.
Most did elective courses in what ever field they wanted, and others did double majors.
I did the double major route, and I think studying two different - but not completely unrelated subjects, enhanced the learning experience.
Seems from this article they’re going to try and have that essence of collaboration that’s needed to get to wholesome conclusions - rather than different perspectives in other fields that cannot be reconciled with each other.
Fingers crossed this could lead to new treatments or psychology methods for people.
Check me applying to yale for my PhD just for laughs. Not that I could go, it’s way too long of a commute!
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