I’m a PhD student in behavioural neuroscience with a background in developmental psychology. Many of the people in my programme are “hard core” neuroscientists who work with cells, neurons, genes, etc.
Because of my background, I am interested in how both sides (cellular+molecular neuroscience and behavioural neuroscience+psychology) can work together. Basic science should ideally inform behaviour (and drug development and policy) and vice versa.
Any converted folks want to help me unpack this?
Extension of this discussion: Integrating Neuroscience & Immunology Perspectives on Development
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