Glen M. Sizemore
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Thu Mar 4 21:54:56 EST 2004
DD: Find any undergraduate level book on biological psychology. Those
books are the result of neuroscience as driven by cognitive science.
GS: Actually, cognitive "science" only began to poison "neuroscience" (at
least in some official sense) relatively recently. Before that, the problem
was a more frank kind of animism. Get it? I didn't think so.
"Doktor DynaSoar" <targeting at OMCL.mil> wrote in message
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> On 2 Mar 2004 01:19:45 -0800, aoi at nm.ru (Allecs Chime-Ingrae) wrote:
> } hello
> } i have been interested in neuroscience for a while and am thinking
> } lately that i may want to pursue it. what is neuroscience like to
> } study? i presume there's a lot of memorization involved, judging from
> } what i've heard about medical school in general. i'm mainly just
> } curious and am having trouble finding information.
> } tanya
> Find any undergraduate level book on biological psychology. Those
> books are the result of neuroscience as driven by cognitive science.
> Studying it starts out at that level, then goes into more depth in the
> various areas, and you finally end up specializing in one (or more) of
> them. Where medicine if very much fact based, neuroscience is based
> also in theories, some of which are conflicting. Resolving those
> conflicts is the business of science.
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