Does a clinical science traineeship add value to a research master on clinical neuropsychology? Yes! We can learn a lot from patients about the daily life consequences of brain disorders.
In March 2015, the joint meeting of the British and Dutch Neuropsychological Associations took place in London. A group of researchers from the University of Groningen hit the plane to present their findings. Also on it: two Research Master students from the Clinical Neuropsychology track.
Second-year Research Master student Fionneke went to the United States to write her Master’s Thesis there. Surrounded by cowboys, Republicans, and missionaries, she holds on to important Dutch habits such as riding a bicycle and eating Dutch candy the Americans hate (zoute drop). She shares some of her experiences on Mindwise.
Are you considering applying for the Behavioural and Social Sciences Research Master this year? Have you heard that it is a demanding program and are you wondering if it is something for you? Minita had the same thoughts last year. She is now a first-year student in the program and shares some of her experiences.
Here I am, doing a Research Master in social psychology at the University of Groningen, training to become another star in the ‘academic firmament’. And there is plenty of space left at the horizon for you and other future researchers to contribute…