Help - Neurocognition programs

Raymond P. Young bq705 at torfree.net
Sat Sep 30 07:17:37 EST 1995


Have you tried the book entitled "neuroscience training programs" which 
is published by the Society of Neuroscience?

Good Luck,

Ray Young, Ph.D.


David Redish 
(dredish at cs.cmu.edu) wrote: : In article <44fo1i$k4d at cmcl2.NYU.EDU>,
: Wei-chen  Lin <wql1751 at is2.nyu.edu> wrote:
: >	During searching for doctoral programs of my interest, I found it
: >very time consuming because Neurocognition is interdisipline; professors
: >who have similar interests belong sometimes to psychology departments,
: >sometimes to biology, physiology or neurology departments. I wonder if
: >there is a comprehensive list or directory of programs in Neurocognition
: >(Cognitive Neuroscience), or alternative searching methods thus I can
: >save plenty of time.

: Check out the CNBC other-neuro web site.  There are lots of Web pages
: for Neuroscience and Cog-neuro home pages there.  I also recommend
: checking out the CNBC and NPC programs at Carnegie Mellon University
: and the University of Pittsburgh.  I have appended the Web addresses
: below.

: CNBC web site:
:         http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/Groups/CNBC/CNBC.html
: NPC web site:
:         http://neurocog.lrdc.pitt.edu/npc/
: CNBC other-neuro web site:
:         http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/Groups/CNBC/other/other-neuro.html

: adr
:           
: -- 
: David Redish		Computer Science Department CMU
: graduate student	Neural Processes in Cognition Training Program
: 			Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition
: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/People/dredish/home.html



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