Psychiatry vs Neurology

Larry Bennett larbenn at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 16 08:14:53 EST 2001


I don't see much difference in practice between behavioral neurology and
neuropsychiatry. However, the neurologist seems to be in a better position
politically.


"Astomi" <astomi at my-deja.com> wrote in message
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> If a neuroscientist was thinking of becoming a clinician, which of these
> two would be a more attractive clinical arena, and why? Which of them
> would let you more constructively incorporate a clinical training to
> your neuroscientific background in a synergistic fashion? One
> non-so-trivial hurdle is the transition between two different cultures
> (the hours, the conception of authority, the discussion pace, depth of
> analysis, etc): in which specialty is this transition easier?. I would
> like to read about your personal experiences.
>
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