Undecided86 Posted June 25, 2012 Share Posted June 25, 2012 Hello, Over the last year I've become increasingly interested in applying to cognitive neuroscience/psych PhDs and am curious if anyone knows what type of undergraduate demographics generally enter this field. From the research I've done, it seems a significant amount of neuro/biological sciences majors apply rather than the majority being Psych (which makes plenty of sense). My concern is that I would be at a huge disadvantage with little bio coursework and experience. Can anyone offer advice on whether it is more difficult to gain acceptance and excel in these programs without a hard science or neuropsych background? I have about 1.5 years work experience in a molecular biology lab, but the work is primarily technician oriented. Thanks for any input. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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