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I believe Clinical Psychology is a segment of Psychology either stems from or branches off of pieces of Psychology. In one form or another, all components of Psychology use each other in order to participate in their field. Take clinical for example, clinical takes knowledge learned from cognitive in order to understand how the natural brain chemicals in the body affect the brain which in turn affect people's moods and behavior.
Contributed by Kaitlyn Van Beveren