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Suhaylah259 views

Questions for current/and majoring psychologist — why did you feel like the field of psychology was the best option for you ?

Starting with the first question ^ 2.) how long did it take/will it take to obtain your degree 3.) what kind of patients have you dealt with & what’s some essential advice you may give to patients despite them being different from one another 4.) what’s the best approach when starting therapy? 5.) How long do you think therapy should last? Do you think it’ should be a lifetime thing… 6.) what kind of conditions have you worked with? And how did you figure out those conditions were something that you could treat… 7.) which do you feel is more important, change or stability? Or do you feel like they kind of go neck & neck? Give a short but detailed explanation

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Anthony467 views

Is studying cognitive functions difficult?

How can I study cognitive science so I can understand better how the human brain helps us in our every day lives? #science #research

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Azaleah1443 views

What job opportunities would be available to me with a declared double major in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology, and what steps can I take while in college to better my chances at obtaining a job?

As stated in the question, I am double majoring in Cognitive Neuroscience and Psychology. I want to study the relation of the brain to cognition and behavior to gain a better understanding of the only partially unlocked human mind and how this understanding can help with mental health and everyday life. To do so, I want to go into research, but I'm unsure of the sorts of jobs available to me and the likeliness that I'd even be able to obtain one. #psychology #neuroscience #cognitive-psychology

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Kaitlyn1647 views

What type of job would someone with a cognitive science degree do?

I love cognitive science and plan for that to be my major..but struggle with what type of job I would someday like to do. #cognitive-science #clinical-psychology #cognition #cognitive-psychology #neuroscience

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Phoebe 819 views

What are possible careers for a person who majored in Behavioral Neuroscience?

I am interested in how the brain works, and specifically why it causes people to act the way they do. I want to work with people with special needs, but wonder if this is a plausible career. I am also interested in research, maybe also related to special needs. #neuroscience #behavioral-health #cognitive-psychology #neuroscientist #special-needs #child-development #neurology

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Kelly1056 views

What can I do with a psychology major?

I am really interested in studying psychology but I would also like to work with young children. How can I incorporate these two things into a career path? #psychology #psychotherapy #child-development #child-psychology #cognitive-psychology #psychology-education

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Nicole1160 views

What careers are suitable for someone that majored in Cognitive Science?

I am majoring in Cognitive Science and am curious what job opportunities are out there for someone with my degree. #college-major #college-jobs #cognitive-psychology #cognitive-science #cognition

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Isaac1256 views

What all do cognitive psychologists do?

I have liked psychology and been interested in it. I especially am interested in thinking and how people do it and why. However, i also like the way the biological portions of neurology come into play with the brain and how it works. So i am wondering what it is that cognitive psychologists do in contrast to cognitive neuroscience or neuroscientists in general. #science #psychology #biology #neuroscience #cognitive-psychology

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Isaac988 views

What do neuroscientists actually do? What all are the different occupations in the field of neuroscience?

I have always been interested in the nervous system and the brain, as well as how they work and affect the way people act or behave. I am interested in the somewhat psychological portions of neuroscience but have always had trouble finding an occupation that really fits exactly what i have always dreamed of doing. #psychology #neuroscience #neurology #cognitive-psychology

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Christine924 views

What are the different types of careers for areas in psychology? Why are people interested in these jobs?

I'm super interested in psych. And I just want to know what a normal day is as a psychologist or any other career. #psychology #clinical-psychology #psychotherapy #cognitive-psychology

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Cherie1094 views

What's the most uselful graduate degree in psychology?

I'm working on a degree in psychology, but don't necessarily want to be a clinical psychologist. I'm fascinated by cognitive, social, and political psychology. Are careers realistically available in these areas, and if so what degree would be necessary? #psychology #politics #consulting #social-psychology #forensic-psychology #cognitive-psychology #cognition

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anne939 views

What kind of jobs can I get if I get a graduate degree in cognitive psychology?

I am really interested in cognitive psychology but I don't know if I will be able to find a job I am interested in with a salary that I can live off of. The work I would like to do is scientific studies/experiments . #psychology #cognitive-psychology #cognitive-science #clinical-trials #financial-planning

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