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Psychology can contribute substantially to the practice of law as it provides insights into how people think, feel, behave, what motivates them and how they arrive at decisions – particularly to contentious matters, as any dispute involves strategic considerations and making choices based on communication, negotiation, persuasion and conflict resolution.

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