The Medical College Admission’s Test (MCAT) covers a range of undergraduate level psychology and sociology topics. Psychology knowledge is essential as a physician to understand how human emotions and mental processes work. This allows doctors to ensure their decisions positively impact the mental health of their patients. AAMC refers to these topics as the Psychological, Social, and Biological Foundations of Behavior. Utilize the following free access courses to review summarized materials and develop or refine your knowledge about this section. These materials are student run and managed. Please contact us if you come across mistakes or poor explanations.