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  1. Could anyone give me the inside track on this program? Is it a good one? Is it super competitive to get into? My research experience isn't strong, but I'm very interested in the premise of the program. I know that the clinical psych track is crazy competitive, but fortunately I don't want to be a clinical psychologist :) Thanks!
  2. Hi, I'm currently a senior undergraduate and looking for phd programs (in cognitive science, neuroscience and psychology) in the US. My advisor said I should find some safe schools. Could you please give me some recommendations? I listed some basic information about me. Thank you! - I'm an international student, studying at an U.S. institute - Majoring Cognitive Science and Computer Science - GPA: around 3.9 at the end of this semester - Honors Thesis in Cog Sci - 1 conference paper, two independent research report, 1 arxiv - worked in 5 labs before(around 2 mont
  3. I am from Uzbekistan and I'm a female, so I might qualify for underrepresented nation/sex in science. I can't find any open calls
  4. I am a recent graduate from Rutgers University - New Brunswick who majored in Cognitive Science (neuroscience track) and double minored in philosophy and Korean studies. I'm looking to apply to Cognitive Psychology/Cognitive Neuroscience/Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. programs this upcoming cycle (I've included a list of the schools I'm looking at, as well as their programs). Overall GPA: 3.52 Major GPA: 3.76 (should I include this in my CV?) GRE: 160 V, 158 Q (still haven't taken it yet but hoping to get a 320-325 when I do). Research Experience: Will amount to about 1.5
  5. I am a recent graduate from Rutgers University - New Brunswick who majored in Cognitive Science (neuroscience track) and minored in philosophy. I'm looking to apply to Cognitive Psychology/Cognitive Neuroscience/Behavioral Neuroscience Ph.D. programs this upcoming cycle. My overall GPA is a 3.52 (3.76 major GPA, idk if I should include this in my CV as well). I've been doing research at a lab at my undergraduate institution for about a year now, and will hopefully continue doing so full-time until August 2020. I can probably get two LORs from my lab, and another from a past professor. I unfort
  6. I've had the good fortune of being accepted to two incredible programs: a PhD in Logic & Philosophy of Science, and a PhD in Cognitive Science. Both programs are at UC Irvine. I'm having an incredibly hard time choosing between them. The LPS program is really amazing, and I see it as the best intellectual/cultural fit for me. The CogSci program is great too, and I have several fantastic PIs in the department interested in taking me on as a student. I think the two programs would be very different experiences since the CogSci program is structured more like a STEM program while LPS is,
  7. Does anyone know of scholarships and grants for MA in JHU? Specific programs for Indian students is also welcome. Thanks.
  8. How unusual is it for someone to apply to CogSci PhD programs with a research background in artificial intelligence/data science? How should I ask for recommendation letters if my strongest ties are to faculty in Computer Science? I'm mostly interested in computational models of behavior, language processing, decision making, etc. My BS is cogsci but since I focused more on the computational side during my undergrad, I feel like I might have more knowledge gaps than someone from psychology or neuroscience. I'm a bit hesitant to try for a MA/MS program first since I'm already pursuing a M
  9. In one of my courses, we’re asking people to share their experiences and perspectives on how to best prepare for entering their field of work. I’m looking for anyone with a degree in Social Science (Interdisciplinary)/Cognitive science to answer these questions and help in my research. Afterwards, I’ll be discussing your feedback with my classmates, taking from my research what we can do best to prepare for our future careers. Thank you everyone for your time! General Information: Name, Occupation, Contact information, College, Major? Que
  10. I'm a freshman in college at a top 15 liberal arts college. I'll be about 14.5k in debt when I graduate if everything goes according to plan. I'm planning to major in cognitive science and I figured I should check out some of my post-grad options. I know there are some fields in which grad school costs a lot and some in which tuition is generally lower. Where do cognitive science and neuroscience fit into the picture? I searched around for an answer before I came here and couldn't really find a satisfactory one. I realize it probably depends a lot on your transcript and where you go,
  11. I was told by a school counselor that I should do a graduate certificate program to boost my GPA & to show schools that I can handle the grad level course work. I have a 3.2 overall & 3.3 CSD... I am about to graduate BS-CSD and will apply for Spring/Summer/Fall '17 grad programs. In the meantime, I am considering do the Cognitive Science certificate at UCF. Has anyone gone this route? How helpful is it truly going to be & what will the CogSci cert. qualify me for..? (aside from specializing my interest ;))
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