True or false: Psychiatrists differ from psychologists primarily in their focus of interest. Psychiatrists tend to work on severe and chronic problems such as schizophrenia, whereas, psychologists treat milder problems such as phobias and anxiety disorders
False. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who receive specialized training in psychology, but their interests do not differ in any fundamental way from those of psychologists. Both psychologists and psychiatrists work on severe psychological problems such as schizophrenia.