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Nerologist

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Charles Herndon

on 2 June 2014

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Transcript of Nerologist

Tasks
Some neuropsychologists work primarily as researchers. This involves studying both healthy humans and animals, and those with brain injuries or illnesses.

Neuropsychologists might also work in clinical settings as well. This typically involves assessing and diagnosing patients. This can be done by observing specific symptoms and using sophisticated technology, such as brain scans.
Skills Needed
Reading Comprehension

Active Listening

Critical Thinking

Social Perceptiveness

Complex Problem Solving

Writing

Speaking
Salary Range
According to a study done by the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology in 2011, the median salary of neuropsychologists in the United states was $94,100. Starting salaries for these professionals ranged from $77,500 to $80,700. Those with 11 to 15 years of experience in the field had a median salary of $130,600, and those with over 25 years of experience in the field had a median salary of $185,200.
Neuropsychologist
Lydia Cates
Mr. Herndon
Careeer Portals
6/2/14

Neuropsychology helps doctors understand how brain malfunctions occur, and what happens when they do. By understanding these neurological problems, doctors can help possibly treat and prevent them.
What is an Neuropsychologist?
Neuropsychologist
Educational Requirements
Neuropsychology is often considered to be a mixture of neurology and psychology, and an aspiring neuropsychologist’s education should reflect this. In order to pursue a neuropsychology career, most students start with a four year bachelor degree in psychology, pre-med, biology, or neuroscience. In order to make the most of their careers, however, most individuals interested in this field pursue Ph. D.’s.
Job Applications
Chronological Resume
Dress for Success
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Job Interview Attire
Week Of Work Attire
Interview Personality Traits
Hardworking
Dedicated
Calm
Modest
Mellow
Interview Success Stories
In 8th grade, I participated in U.I.L Modern Oratory and after a whole lot of hard work, managed to get 2nd place.
http://careersinpsychology.org/becoming-a-neuropsychologist/#.U4x5JyheUuU
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