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What is the highest level of education that you've completed?

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  • Some High School

    1,194 16.97%
  • High School Grad

    978 13.90%
  • Some College

    2,312 32.87%
  • College Grad

    1,540 21.89%
  • Post-Graduate Work

    306 4.35%
  • Post-Graduate Degree

    704 10.01%
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  1. #491

    I dropped out of HS

    Got my GED

    Then went to university for 2 years

    Some College

  2. #492

    Got my bachelor in economics and business recently. I'm planning to get a master in it too, so I'm not really "done".

  3. #493

    Quote Originally Posted by muslamicinfidel View Post
    Any PhDs on here?
    Yes. You should scroll back. You might find some.
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  5. #494

    Quote Originally Posted by Doktorin Zylinder View Post
    Yes. You should scroll back. You might find some.
    So many pages though...and i'm lazy :/ To the best of your knowledge do you know of any cognitive scientists on here or anyone with a special interest in embodied cognition?

    I'm probably on the wrong forum, even people on the CogPsy and CogSci forums aren't really that interested in EC. Found a few on Twitter though at least.

  6. #495

    Quote Originally Posted by muslamicinfidel View Post
    So many pages though...and i'm lazy :/ To the best of your knowledge do you know of any cognitive scientists on here or anyone with a special interest in embodied cognition?

    I'm probably on the wrong forum, even people on the CogPsy and CogSci forums aren't really that interested in EC. Found a few on Twitter though at least.
    Why am I answering your question when you're being lazy?

  7. #496

    Quote Originally Posted by Doktorin Zylinder View Post
    Why am I answering your question when you're being lazy?
    Because you're helpful and awesome and like to share what you know??

  8. #497

    Quote Originally Posted by muslamicinfidel View Post
    Because you're helpful and awesome and like to share what you know??
    I read someone did get a PhD in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, I think. It wasn't too many pages far back. I'll look and edit my post with the response of the user's name.

    http://personalitycafe.com/polls/106...l#post13410786

    That's the post and the person's username is NothingElse. I was wrong, they aren't a PhD, but they did say they were in route to get one in the fields you mentioned. They did get a bachelors in it though.
    Last edited by Gossip Goat; 08-28-2015 at 05:45 PM.
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  9. #498

    Quote Originally Posted by Gossip Goat View Post
    I read someone did get a PhD in cognitive psychology and neuroscience, I think. It wasn't too many pages far back. I'll look and edit my post with the response of the user's name.

    http://personalitycafe.com/polls/106...l#post13410786

    That's the post and the person's username is NothingElse. I was wrong, they aren't a PhD, but they did say they were in route to get one in the fields you mentioned. They did get a bachelors in it though.
    Thank you. You're awesome. I'll stalk them and see what they are about *creepy*
    Gossip Goat thanked this post.

  10. #499

    Just finished my first week as a Freshman at University. And so it begins. :)

  11. #500

    Finished my MMath (Master of Mathematics) degree two weeks ago. Continuing PhD studies in pure mathematics (specifically elementary/analytic number theory, in case there are curious mathematicians). Hence "Post-graduate degree".


     
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