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UPDATED: List of Clinical Neuropsychology, APA accredited, PhD Programs

So around 4 years ago I made this post: https://www.reddit.com/r/Neuropsychology/comments/5t4h30/list_of_clinical_neuropsychology_apa_accredited/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x&context=3

TLDR: Over the years I've received a lot of messages and questions about it so I decided to make an update post.

So, first of all, here is an updated list I made for the application cycle applying for Fall 2020: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t9fTXV1vw8VkMtzzGmoQXk9Mwkpw3DGP/view?usp=sharing

Full warning, this is not an exhaustive list. It is a list I made by doing my own research looking through the APA accredited clinical PhD programs on http://www.apa.org/ed/accreditation/programs/index.aspx . Disclaimer: the average GPAs and GRE scores will probably not match up to the current stats - same with the mentors that are listed. I got this information from the schools' websites for what was recorded during my application cycle.

Obviously, since I made an updated list, I did not receive admission when I made the previous master list. In fact, I didn't even receive an invitation to interview at a single program that year. All of the money and time spent on that application cycle, it was a really tough realization for me. Which comes to why I never answered any questions regarding my previous. It was really hard for me to give advice when I felt as though I had no right to give advice.

So, I took two years getting more research and clinical experience, as well as studying HARD for the GRE. Finally, I received invitations to interview at 7 Clinical Psychology programs, admission to 3 programs, and I am thankfully now a PhD student at one of them. Here's my advice and answers to previous questions:

Read this. Seriously, it'll answer the majority of your questions: https://mitch.web.unc.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/4922/2017/02/MitchGradSchoolAdvice.pdf

What stats are these programs looking for? All 3 individual GRE scores above the 50th percentile. GPA above 3.0, but more so above 3.5. GET POSTER PRESENTATIONS, PAPER PRESENTATIONS, PUBLISHED RESEARCH

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Suggest me a book on neuropsychology

Fascinating, if possible, and thunderously written, if possible too. I loved Oliver Sacks'S Musicophilia, and though I am in some ways not a fan of Richard Dawkins's ways, I did enjoy his writing, and his collection in the Oxford book of "Modern Science Writing". I also loved Carl Sagan's prose, but he does not write on brain and psychology. Thanks and God bless

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Neuropsychology testing

I went to my neurologist last year for my severe brain fog and he referred me to a neuropsychologist. I did about 5 appointments worth of psychological testing to see how my brain was functioning. Only to be told that everything looks fine and that he has no idea why my brain fog is so bad. Those words were extremely hard to hear and I had a breakdown after my appointment. I don’t have hope anymore...

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Looking for interest in neuropsychology study

Hi all!

I’m so so sorry if this violates any of the community rules - please do let me know if it does and I will immediately delete the post!

I’m a Neuroscience Masters student currently collecting participants for my research project, looking at how pain influences attention. I was wondering if any members of this community would maybe be interested in partaking?

I know many of you may not be interested, but since this is a neuropsychology (and my experiment looks at pain, which stems from the nervous system and regards certain neural substrates) forum, I thought I’d post this to see if it gains any interest!

It would really be beneficial to my data if people could do both parts of my experiment (questionnaire AND task) - thanks!

Again, please do let me know if this violates any community rules.

If this doesn’t violate any rules and people are interested, I shall comment the link to my study!

please note, you must be 18-55 and have no visual impairments or memory impairments (e.g. due to alzheimer’s/dementia)

Thank you!!

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How does our increasing understanding of neuropsychology influence therapeutic intervention?

Hey scholars, I'm currently an undergrad taking a clinical psych class and writing an essay (10-12 double spaced pages) on this topic. I'm struggling because of how broad this question is and the many ways it can be interpreted. I have two ideas I'm toying with but would appreciate any kind of tips!

Idea 1: describe psychosocial approaches to 3-4 disorders and the newer ones available through neuropsych

Idea 2: neuropsych has improved our understanding of etiology of disorders, neuropsych has introduced new interventions (e.g. TMS, ECT)

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Is it possible to branch out from neurology into neuropsychology?

From what I've found, you can usually only branch out from psychology into neurpsychology since its 'more orientated' towards psychology.

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(AUS) Can someone please explain to me why clinical neuropsychology jobs are so apparently rare in Melbourne?

Hi all!

I have a question for fellow Australians regarding neuropsychology (more specifically clinical neuropsychology) in Melbourne, namely the lack of jobs. Why is this?

Acquired brain injuries/damage, strokes, neurodegenerative diseases etc all seem common enough to warrant the services of someone with specific training in this field.
I understand that rebates aren't available for neuropsychology assessments in most cases but that doesn't really explain the lack of jobs.

Is the lack of jobs due to lack of demand? can other healthcare professions preform assessments and carry out treatment that neuropsychologists normally provide, making neuropsychologists redundant? or am I wrong in that the aforementioned conditions are actually quite rare? do people find jobs through placement while studying rather than apply on seek for example? Are research roles in higher demand? (some reasons I can think of).

I'd appreciate it immensely if someone could shed some light on this, I'm a new student and I love neuropsychology but it doesn't seem like a field that is likely to offer many opportunities, which I find incredibly surprising.

Thanks!

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Neuropsychology in Slovakia

I don't know if anyone here would he able to help me, but I have a question regarding neuropsychological tests and normative data for Slovakia.

I am a neuropsychologist in Belgium and am meeting with a patient with Slovak as his mother tongue. I was looking for normative data for neuropsychological tests, but am not able to find them except for the Frontal Assessment Battery. I was wondering if anyone here knows about normative data that exist for the Slovak population.

Thanks in advance, I know this is an unusual question!

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How to gain experience in order to apply for a Neuropsychology PhD?

Hello all, I am interested in pursuing a PhD in Neuropsychology, as mentioned in the title, and would like some advice. I have a bachelors degree in psychology and am currently pursuing a master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. I am enrolled in this master's because I am interested in getting experience with autism, which is something I was to research in the doctorate program. It's a back up plan so I can work and pay the bills in the meantime. If I am honest, I am also enrolled in this masters program in order to achieve a high GPA to possibly be considered for a doctorate program. I am trying to make myself as desirable as possible. I plan on taking the GRE and finding a position as a research assistant in a lab, though I am not sure how to apply for those positions and if they offer 1-2 days a week availability. The PhD program I want to apply to doesn't require a master's degree in neuropsychology since, in their words, the program is a combination of a masters and doctorate. My goal for the ABA masters is to achieve a 4.0 or close to it in order to off set my low GPA in my undergraduate. I wanted to get some advice from people who are currently in this field to see what I need to do to be successful in my applications. Any advice would be helpful.

Thank you!

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Does the Neuropsychology Test determine if you can have surgery or not?

Does the Neuropsychology Test determine if you can have surgery or not?

I've pretty much been approved and am meeting with the Neuro Surgeon BUT have to have NeuroPsych test first on April 8th and I'm a little anxious/nervous (also since they said the test is 6 hours).

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Looking into a career in neuropsychology. What are the general pros and cons and what is the recommended path to get there?

I'm currently a 17 year old in high school and I've always had an interest in matters relating to psychology and the brain, how it functions, and such. Until recently, I was settled on the idea of studying to become a clinical psychologist, until I looked into it more discovered neuropsychology, which appealed to me more than psychology.

My interest mainly lies in research side of the field and the inner workings of how the brain affects behavior, more so than clinical therapy, so research oriented neuropsychology seems pretty perfect to me. I would like to do therapy and certainly wouldn't mind doing it but I would like to mainly focus on the research aspect.

Since I'm just now looking into this properly, could any neuropsychologist well versed in the field give me information on the pros and cons, recommended path, and lifestyle of a neuropsychologist? Money isn't my primary focus when I say I want to study neuropsychology at all but I also don't want to live in poverty, so does it pay well enough to be stable and lead a decent lifestyle?

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I need help deciding what to do after obtaining my Masters in Neuropsychology

Hi!

I'm currently a student at UTD in the ACN program (applied cognition and neuroscience). I only have one semester left and I'm trying to figure out what I should do after I graduate. I want to be a clinical neuropsychologist (and possibly a part time university professor in the future) , but UTD does not offer clinical options for neuropsychology. However, if I were to continue on with getting a doctorate in the ACN program, it would only take 2-3 years since most of the classes I took were during my masters.

Should I do this route and enter a clinical fellowship/internship after getting a ph.d or jumping straight into a psy.D program at another school? I am currently also looking for internships right now, but I'm having a difficult time and am not sure if I should work under a faculty member as an RA or already begin looking for clinical internships that are focused in neuropsychology. I'm also worried about the cost as well, since ph.d's are typically paid for by the school and I don't think psy.d's are.

Any advice or helping to steer me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated!

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Why is Neuropsychology Majority Female?

Hi everyone,

I am curious if anyone has any idea why the supreme majority of neuropsychologists are female?

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[USA] Cognitive Neuropsychology

So I’m an undergraduate psychology major and I have no clue exactly what area of psychology I want to pursue when I graduate. So I’ve been doing some research and cognitive neuropsychology seems pretty interesting. So my question is do cognitive neuropsychology programs include a lot of math and chemistry? I’m really bad at chemistry so if anyone has any knowledge or experience of what types of classes I would have to take it would be really helpful.

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US Student Applying to Clinical Neuropsychology Program

Hello everyone,

I am a student who has completed my undergraduate degree in Neuroscience and Psychology in the US. I am applying to the clinical neuropsychology program this summer in hopes of moving at the end of 2021 for the program. I am inquiring to any current or prospective domestic/international students who are applying to this program or have been admitted. What do you think makes a strong applicant? How selective is this program? How are you finding your program?

I am an Australian citizen so I am required to apply as a domestic student, but I am still required to get my credentials assessed by APAC.

Any advice or guidance is much appreciated! Cheers.

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Towa showed up in the neuropsychology study I was reading
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Neuropsychology of FND/PNES/Conversion Disorder - new research youtu.be/yI-_D5SnREY
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Good Technical Skills for a Career in Neuropsychology

Hi. I'm a 2nd-year undergrad student studying Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience with a potential minor in Computational Social Science. I currently work in two labs: one is a clinical research lab under the McNair Scholars Program (studying EEG data and the neurocognitive functioning of those with schizophrenia) and the other is a computational neuroscience lab I do as a job (also working with EEG data and neural oscillations). I have a great interest in becoming a clinical neuropsychologist (ideally I would love to work in an AMC, doing clinical work and some degree of research on the side but we will see).

I was wondering what technical skills would be helpful to learn for a career in neuropsychology. I really enjoy coding (i.e. Python, R) for the purpose of analyzing data and have been actively trying to find ways I can integrate it into the labs that I am in as I continue to develop my coding skills. I assume coding would be helpful to learn in the research side of things but what about analyzing/scoring neuropsychological assessments? Are there any other skills or experiences that I should seek out or develop while at my time in undergrad before I apply for Clinical Psych Ph.D. programs? I plan to also do the uni's Psychology Honors Program next school year (a 2-year with end result being an honors thesis)

Sorry for the long post. If you guys have any questions for me or need more clarification/background let me know. Any advice or feedback would be appreciated :)

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Neuropsychology and Music research is Chicago?

Hey everyone,

I am a prospective student aiming to apply for my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology next year. As a working musician in the Chicago area, I am wondering if anyone knows of any Clinical Psychologist in the Chicago area that is conducting research involving both Psychology and Music.

Thank you!

Edit: sorry about the typo in the title. It's too early in the morning.

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Congrats to everyone who matched to their neuropsychology internships yesterday!

This year was tough without having to go through the grueling process of applying to internship. But you did it; you pushed through. Congrats! 🍾

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Neuropsychology internship site opinions/insights?

I’m getting ready to submit my rank order list for internship and was hoping to get some opinions on the quality of neuro training at these sites. I have really enjoyed interviewing at all of them, but especially with everything being virtual, I wanted to hear if anyone had opinions/insights/experiences that they would be willing to share:

NYU Langone/Rusk Rehab

Miami VA

South Texas VA

WVU

UAB

Bay Pines VA

Baylor TIRR

Oklahoma

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Neuropsychology of Music

Hi! I'm a 4th year musicology student who's always been interested (or maybe obsessed) with psychology and specially neuropsychology. I'm thinking of focusing on research once I finish my degree but sadly here no one cares about the relation music-brain, I struggled to make teachers approve my final degree assignment in amusia, so imagine that. Is anyone here specialised in music cognition who could lend me a hand on the viability of my mindset? I would really appreciate. Also if anyone has studied/worked with anything related to amusia that would also be so helpful!

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Feeling discouraged after my Neuropsychology screen

I'm about a month in to a six month (or more?) program with the goal of having a lap band revision to RNY. I had my neuropsychology screening yesterday and I'm feeling discouraged.

The Dr. is referring me to the program's counselor and feels I need to do therapy as part of the process. I'm totally okay with that, and I know it can be beneficial and will only help. That isn't what has me feeling discouraged.

The discouraging part what that the Dr. said I have warning flags that indicate I may not be successful - citing that the band didn't help me lose weight, and I have a history of depression and anxiety. We barely spoke about those things, and she feels I'm likely to fail?

The band didn't work because I was young, and flew to Mexico for the surgery. I got talked in to it by a family member. There was no pre or post education, and once back in the States there was no one to follow up with. I literally never had a fill. The band has been a thorn in my side, and I've wanted it out since it was put in. The Dr. didn't hear any of that, just that it didn't work.

And yes, I have depression and anxiety. I have always had them, and I fight it every single day. But I do fight. I am working on getting better. I have so many reasons to want the surgery. I know it isn't a magic bullet, obviously, and it will be hard, but if I could just have a chance I believe I can succeed. Maybe I won't ever get to 140, but I'd take 190 over where I am now.

What is the point of saying "you're likely to fail" to someone who is obviously showing up to make a change? And does that mean I don't move on? Does this kill it for me?

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Undergraduate neuropsychology degree

Has anyone done one? Or are under grad degrees far and few between? I've not seen this specific question in the mega thread so just throwing it out there! Thanks

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Can one become a neuropsychologist with a psychology licence (3 years) and a masters in neuropsychology(2 years)

Cos i googled it and it said that neuropsychologists must acquire a phd and board certification but i think that’s in the US only so i was wondering what about France and EU? I know for a fact that you can be a neuropsychologist in 5 years in lebanon. Thanks!

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Considering a Career in Neuropsychology

Hi all,

I posted about this in another Neuro-related thread, but I was hoping for some advice from those in Neuropsychology specifically...

I completed my B.S. in Neuroscience/Psychology and have work experience in both Neuro research (as a research assistant/coordinator) and in neurorehabilitation (as a PT/OT aide), and am torn between career options (which are all neuro based) moving forward as I start to consider graduate school plans.

For some backstory as to my interests:

When I was initially working full time in neurorehab, I loved the hands-on and always on your feet nature, the rewarding satisfaction of the work (helping people directly improve), and the patient bond established (working with someone 5 hours a week you really get to know them.) I also loved the problem solving aspect of it (trying to get creative if a therapeutic technique wasn't working), but I did find the job or I guess field to be limiting in a sense (patient outcomes seemed to become very black or white-- aka after trying A,B, and C, that patient was deemed as not benefitting from therapy ) and so the monotonous nature of this led to burn out-- you can only get so creative in helping someone learn to walk again.

I then switched to research to investigate this field and try and get more on the problem-solving side, and while I love the creativity of my work (coming up with new research ideas), the variety in my work (I work with several CNS disorders) and the flexibility in my work (I don't have to be "on" the traditional 9-5 and am involved in many aspects of the scientific process) it feels less personal, less rewarding, and I miss being on my feet. While I know research is beneficial to individuals, the "direct" benefit is missing for me, and although I enjoy the application of data to clinical relevance (i.e. tying results into previous publications/disease symptoms etc.), I wouldn't say I am a huge data person myself.

With that all being said, I am a bit torn between career paths: becoming a PA in neurology, becoming a Neuropscyhologist, or going the PT route with a Neuro focus (I've also spent some time in adaptive sports within PT and really enjoyed it). On a side note-- I have network interviewed both a PA in neurology and a Neuropscyhologist, just trying to evaluate them in comparison now. These seem to be some of the pros and cons I have made based on my discussions and also from reading online (I've only seeing threads of Neurologist vs Neuropsych but not speci

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Anyone familiar with Neuropsychology Partners in A2/Ypsi or Dr. Alfred Mansour?

I have an appointment scheduled with Dr. Alfred Mansour with Neuropsychology Partners for an ADHD evaluation. His reviews online aren’t great but I can’t tell if they’re legitimately bad or folks who are misunderstanding or upset about the long term disability/workman’s comp process. Any thoughts or experiences with the practice or doctor that anyone can share?

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Dissertation in neuropsychology during COVID

Hey! I am currently a master's student pursuing clinical psychology and have a strong passion for neuropsychology, because of which I want my dissertation to be in the field of neuropsychology. However, because of COVID-19, clinics and hospitals not allowing any conduction of research work. If anyone could guide me in areas of neuropsychology that require minimal fieldwork, it would be great! Thank you!

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Clinical Neuropsychology Research and Related Questions

Hello,

Ill keep this short -

I'm a student curious about the field of clinical neuropsychology. Full disclosure, I know very little about this field, which is why I am hoping some of you can inform me a little.

Here are some of my questions:

  1. As a clinical neuropsychologist, does your research need to revolve around your clinical work/practice? I know that the word "need" might be a little strong but it gets the point across.
  2. If you're on a medical team assisting with the assessment and treatment of diseases such as MS or Alzheimer's , for example , can you be researching topics that aren't necessarily related to these areas of clinical practice?
  3. Must your research interests always reflect your clinical work? Should they?
  4. What factors play into these questions?

I'm not looking for definitive answers here, I am sure that there are many factors at play. I'm just curious to see how this is received and what conversations can be stirred up in the comments. Like I said I am a student pursing psychology and I am just trying to get my head wrapped around some things.

Any information or experience is appreciated,

Thanks!

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Possibly Pursuing Neuropsychology as a career

Hi! I’ve always been interested in psychology become have recently become interested in neuropsychology specifically. I’m only a junior in high school (16 y/o) but I need to map out the rest of my high school career in regards to courses. My calculus teacher had us look up some requirements for college courses/majors based on our future paths and I would need AP calculus. Now with that being said, chemistry has been a challenge this year for me and math isn’t my strong suit. Should I go ahead and toss this aside and become interested in something else? Thanks!

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Private Practice Neuropsychology

Hello. I was curious on individuals paths to starting a private practice. For example, did you work first at an AMC/VA then go into PP? Did you decide to get boarded first before going into PP? Also, do you have any areas you have multiple income streams? And.. did you join a group practice first then slowly built your own over time?

Currently, I invest, rent a property, and do consulting, while in graduate school. Most of my mentors are in AMC’s so figured I’d ask here.

Personally having seen both sides of AMC/VA in my program I don’t enjoy working under someone versus having the freedom in PP (yes there’s trade offs). Institutional bureaucracy isn’t my fancy. I plan on going to an AMC or VA for internship and post-doc, but sort of curious to see the path forward after that from others? I have some business ideas that in my area the market is undersaturated that can prove to be fruitful. One idea I had which I haven’t seen many do in PP is partner with a psychiatrist as a co owner of a PP. Gives you the ability to have in house MM and Neuropsych Evals in house similar to an AMC and plenty of other opportunity. Any advice on books or literature is appreciated.

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Can anyone recommend me scientific articles or research studies on the neuropsychology aspect of dreaming?

I want to apologize in advance, as I know that this post is not going to be as well written or concise as others. I am a freshman in college majoring in neuropsychology, so I still have A LOT to learn. I have always been fascinated by the neuropsychology of dreaming. It is actually what made me choose this field. However, I have realized that there is a lot less research than I expected there to be on this subject. I would love to learn more about it, but I'm not sure where to start. If anyone has any recommendations it would be greatly appreciated. Again, I am sorry for the informality of this post. Like I said I have a lot to learn and I don't know much of the terminology related to this field yet. If anyone wants me to delete this post, I understand. I'm just looking for a place to begin doing research and studying of my own.

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Controversies/exciting topics within Neuropsychology in 2020?

Put simply, I need to write a post about something either controversial or new in Neuropsychology and I’m struggling to find a topic that feels relevant, or something that really... well, draws me in. If anyone could highlight any particularly relevant findings/topics/controversies that could spark discussion, that would be brilliant! Open to all sorts.

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Neuropsychology job prospects in Europe

Hello! I'm a high school student fascinated by the brain. I'm considering two paths - neurology or neuropsychology. In my country, there's no official job title "neuropsychologist", therefore, I'm scared I won't be able to get a proper job. Is it different in the rest of Europe?

Also, if anyone could advise me how to decide whether to choose neurology or neuropsychology, please dm me, I'd be really grateful!

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Can you do clinical research with a PhD in neuropsychology? Wet lab research? (Neural stem cells etc.)

I’m a senior in college trying to figure out what I want to do. I’m incredibly passionate about neuroscience research both cellular and physiological, but I also want to directly help people, and being a neuropsychologist honestly sounds super cool. So would becoming a neuropsychologist preclude me from doing wet lab research vs. me just getting a degree in neuroscience? Could I still do normal clinical research with a degree in neuropsychology?

Apologies if this is a dumb question, thanks!

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Considering taking a career in Neuropsychology any tips if I should pursue it?

Hello, My name is Lyle grande and I am considering going to university to get a PhD in neuropsychology/neuroscience, please could I get some suggestions on weather I should do it or not I would really like a career in this and if possible I would like some advice from people with a PhD or degree in this! Thank you!

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Neuropsychology of Epilepsy

Can anyone recommend a good book or other resource regarding the neuropsychology of epilepsy? Interested in the cognitive/behavioral/emotional impact of seizure disorders, comorbidities, and long term use of AED medications. Thank you in advance!

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