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Where are the best places to intern while studying for neuroscience?

I'm interested in majoring in neuroscience with a minor in computer science. #technology...

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Active Dec 20 '17 at 13:33

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Posted by Kenneth G.
Kimberly Kempadoo | Associate Research Scientist That is an excellent question. You are already on the right ...

What is the easiest and most efficient way to pay back student loans?

I want to eventually earn my PhD in neuroscience. While this is a very prestigious goal, it comes with a heavy price tag. Knowing how to get out of student loan debt before I even have it will greatly benefit me. #neuroscience...

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Active Feb 20 at 19:29

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Posted by Megan Z.
Robert Carthum, PMP | Senior Project Manager at AT&T, Volunteer Leader at ... Charles gives good advice. Regardless of what strategy you use it ...

What careers would be available to an individual interested in neuroscience and political science, two inherently different fields?

I am asking this question because throughout my high school career, I have developed an interest in political science through my involvements at school; however, I am also incredibly fascinated by the nervous system and would love to work in such a versatile field. What would a good middle...

#politicalscience #neuroscience

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Active Jan 22 at 12:42

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Posted by Zunarah A.

How do I make sure that the field I want to go into is a good field?

I want to go into neuroscience research. I want to make sure that this is a good field to go into and that it will continue to be one....

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Active Apr 10 at 18:58

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Posted by Megan Z.
Brandy E. Wade | Postdoctoral Fellow The first step is knowing if you are interested in the ...

What does it take to become a Neurosurgeon?

Becoming a Neurosurgeon must take extreme amounts of discipline and hard work. I want to know what it was like and how you managed to push yourself to pursue this career. #neuroscience...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:45

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Posted by Jennah R.
shashidhara gowda | it at IGATE The first step toward becoming a neurosurgeon is earning a bachelor's ...

Would pairing my major in neuroscience with business be beneficial?

I would like to minor in business to get background. #business...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Adira B.
Geoffrey Mburu | GMburu Also there are new opportunities to be found in what might ...

Are there a lot of opportunities in Neuroscience research?

That is the field I am studying....

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:32

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Posted by Adira B.
Andrew Pedley | Reseacher Hi Adira, It depends on where you live, and if you ...

What kinds of tools and analyses do computational neuroscientists perform in research?

This is coming from someone who isn't very familiar with technology used in the field and really wants to learn....

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Active Apr 08 at 04:54

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Posted by Lia F.
Erin Naffziger | PhD Candidate in Biopsychology at the University of ... Computational neuroscientists try to model how the brain works and use ...

What is something you wish you knew going into a neuroscience or psychology program?

I plan to major in neuroscience, and I want to be as prepared for it as I can be. I have been warned that it is a very challenging major and will require a lot of work. That being said, I want to know if there's anything else I should be aware of going into it. #neuroscience...

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Active May 16 at 16:00

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Posted by Kathryn T.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi, KathrynFiguring out what’s going on in another person’s mind is ...

How can I study abroad with a Neuroscience major?

All of my classes are going to be very science based and I'm not sure how I could fit Studying Abroad into my schedule since the country I want to go to does offer very many science courses through my schools program. #study-abroad...

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Active May 21 at 15:28

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Posted by Emily M.

Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience vs. Psychology?

What's the difference between majoring in CBNU vs. Psychology? #psychology...

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Active Jun 12 at 18:45

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Posted by Reshyra J.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Reshyra,The essential task of cognitive neuroscience is to understand how ...

What is the best/worst part of being a neuroscientist?

I'm planning to major in neuroscience, and I'm curious what people think the best part of being a neuroscientist is. However, I am also curious what people think the worst part is, because nothing is perfect. There are always bits people don't like - for anything, not just neuroscience - and...

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Active May 17 at 09:48

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Posted by Kathryn T.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi, KathrynAccoding to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics*, University of Washington, ...

In what ways can I begin to prepare to join a pre-med program in college?

I'm an 11th grader who wants to know different programs or classes I should be taking to be better prepared for the process of eventually going to med-school? #college #pre-med...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:05

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Posted by Alberto F.
Jenn Hatfield | Education Research Assistant You should have a strong science and math background, so challenge ...

What are the first steps to choosing an engineering degree that satisfies you?

Hey, I'm a senior at AFBHS. In the summer, I took Neuroscience and Chemistry college classes in a Summer Pre-College Program and realized that I am extremely interested in science. However, I do know that I want to become an engineer in the future. Is there a way that I can combine my new...

#neuroscience #chemistry #engineer

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:12

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Posted by Delanisse V.
Matt MacBeth | CEO and Co-Founder - Edwin The Duck / ... Hi Delanisse! Look into computer science - the programming skills and ...

what advantages does a person have in being a neurosurgeon? and how does this career negatively affect their quality of life?

I am a 15 year old student in high school and want to see if being a neurosurgeon is what I want to do. #neuroscience...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:15

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Posted by abigail C.
Shu Zhang | Director, Database Engineering I am not a neurosurgeon, so I cannot answer your question ...

Neuroscientist or something else

Since 2k16 I've been having interest about the brain and its capacity.And want to see it work with my own eyes #english...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

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Posted by Fardeen A.
Srinivas Nuthigattu | Team Manager - Technical Support That's a really good thought. What is your exact concern. could ...

Which major will benefit me more in pursing a career: psychology or neuroscience?

I was given advice that a #neuroscience major would benefit me more than a #psychology major when persuading a career in #psychiatry and I wanted to know if this was true or...

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Active Jan 25 at 05:47

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Posted by Jasmine H.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi jasmine! The main difference between psychology and neuroscience is the ...

Should I get a PH.D, and MD, or and MD/PH.D?

I don't know yet if I want to go into practice or research so I don't know what type of degree to get. can I do research with an MD so thats safer? or do I need an MD/PH.D to do both? #degrees #research...

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Active Jan 15 at 19:15

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Posted by Samantha J.

As a Neurologist, what is one way you can think of that has helped you learn and retain information that you studied in your residency?

I am interested in the human brain and how it works, and just everything about it. #neuroscience...

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Active Nov 09 '17 at 10:55

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Posted by Olivia B.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Olivia! If you memorize the basics, such as what each ...

What type of work does a neurologist do?

I'm still debating whether I want to major in neuroscience or psychology and would like to know which would better suit me. #neuroscience...

#neurology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:22

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Posted by Tishina D.
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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...

#neuroscience #psychology #cognitive-psychology

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Active Mar 26 at 22:47

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Posted by Azaleah L.

What is the best way to prepare for studying engineering in graduate school?

I am interested in Computational Neuroscience, and hope to study either Biomedical engineering or electrical engineering in college, along with neuroscience. I want to make sure that I am a good candidate for graduate school (in engineering or computational neuroscience), while still adamantly...

#neuroscience #engineering #gradschool

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Active Apr 15 at 19:08

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Posted by Elisabeth T.
Sai Maddali | Product Management @ Okta Hi Elisabeth! If you are interested in CN I think doing ...

Narrowing Down The Areas of Work for a Nueroscientist. What would this be called?

I'm really interested in #neuroscience, and am planning to become a #neuroscientist. I saw somewhere that neuroscientist is a more general term, and that neuroscientists focus on an area, like brain development. I would really just like to make new, breakthrough discoveries about the brain,...

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Active May 08 at 22:08

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Posted by Ekeko S.

Will a minor in Neuroscience help if I want to major in Clinical Psychology and work in a hospital setting?

I want to major in Clinical Psychology and work with children in a hospital setting. Many schools that I am looking at offer minors in neuroscience. This field also fascinates me; would getting a minor in neuroscience benefit me? #psychology #neuroscience...

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Active May 29 at 14:45

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Posted by Hannah S.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting A minor is always useful, regardless of future plans. You cannot ...

How do I decide between two very different career paths?

I've always had my mind set on business. My senior year, I ended up taking a psychology class and loved it. I found it fascinating how the brain works and every other aspect of the class. I don't want to make the wrong decision when I have to decide what classes I have to take. #psychology...

#neuroscience #business

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Active May 06 at 00:04

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Posted by Victoria L.
Ashish Malhotra | Philosopher,writer,educator Hellos,First thing I want to tell you is when we are ...

What challenges are present in the daily lives of neurosurgeons?

I am curious because I am interested in this career but I want to be prepared for the challenges that lie ahead, especially the challenges in the everyday lives of neurosurgeons so that I can get an insight into what my life would be like. #surgeon #neuroscience...

#neurosurgeon

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:09

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Posted by Almond J.
Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Almond, Neurosurgeons are doctors who diagnose and treat problems with ...

Psycology Compensation

How much can neuroscience and psychology major related jobs pay? #psychology #clinical-psychology #neuroscience...

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:02

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Posted by Gregory B.
Steven Stein | Stein Career Consulting Pay for psychologists vary widely. A Ph.D. clinical psychologist working in ...

Can I be a Neuroscientist if I'm not good at Chemistry?

Neuroscience is extremely fascinating to me. However, Chemistry is not my strong suit. #science #chemistry #neuroscience #science-phd...

#neuroscientist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:14

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Posted by asdf A.
Grace Santa Cruz Chavez, PhD | Postdoctoral Fellow at Department of Biomedical Engineering, Purdue ... You can be a neuroscientist and not excel at Chemistry, but ...

Can I receive a sponsorship to study neuroscience?

I'm a medical student studying doctor of medicine (M.D) I'm in first year, and I'm asking because I need help to make my dream of becoming neurosurgeon true. #science #doctor #medical #hospital-and-health-care...

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Active Dec 20 '17 at 13:40

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Posted by Emmanuel E.
Kimberly Kempadoo | Associate Research Scientist Congratulations on deciding to become a neurosurgeon and for beginning your ...

Is Neuropsychology a major?

I've been looking up graduate schools to attend for a PhD in neuropsychology. However, it seems that there are only programs for "behavioral neuroscience" or "neuroscience with a specialty in neuropsychology". Are there any schools with just Neuropsychology? #psychology #biology #neuroscience...

#neuropsychology

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Active Sep 06 '17 at 07:28

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Posted by Debora C.
Linda Ann Robinson, Ph.D. | Industrial-Organizational Psychology & HR Consulting Neuropsychology is based on expertise in neuroscience. You cannot have one ...

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