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Thoughts on neuropsychology

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    And is it a good subject to study . How is it so far if you are studying it now ?
    Just curious and thinking to study it later on.

    ps. is it that hard ??

    The brain is the least understood organ of the body. It would be just as difficult as any other degree providing you enjoy what you are learning.

    Half of what you learn will be incorrect over the next 10-30years. However, neuron structure and brain structure are constants that you cannot change. Understanding its composition and how the brain works is subject to scientific debate still.

    There is also a wide rage of reasons as to why A -> B ->C. We do not know B (or there is a large area for R&D at B). Therefore it's an ideal area to study if that is what you are interested in.
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