Good morning/afternoon/evening and good night
I am a psych major-undergraduate senior and have actively engaged in being part of and/or conducting research for past 2 years.
My past undergraduate projects are, in a good way, "interdisciplinary": developmental psychology, cultural psychology (immigrant's cultural identity development) quantitative (machine learning approaches in big data analytics) psychology, cognitive psychology (priming studies), educational psychology (academic performance), health psychology (drug addition)etc.
This may also means that I am just very-all-over-the-place, indecisive, impulsive, ADHD, and so forth.
I look forward to applying to graduate programs for cognitive psychology or developmental psychology (and if I can pursue developmental clinical psychology later on the way).
However, as you can see, my undergraduate research experience lacks "any kind of" focus in neither discipline.
I am concerned whether this counts as minus. I just enjoy doing research & running analyses, but perhaps I should have been certain with what kind of research I wanted to be part of in past years.
Thank you as always, I appreciate any comments!