I love the psych lectures we've been having (MSII), but I absolutely hated neuroscience last year. I can't stand playing "Where's the lesion?" and I absolutely hated discussing all the tracts. Maybe it's because I suck at neuro. I don't know. But psych is fun. I actually enjoy the lectures and look forward to attending them. I rarely enjoy other lectures and only go because it keeps me on track. One of our professors keeps talking about how the two go hand in hand. I know neuro and psych are very much related, but do you really have to like neuro to be a good psychiatrist? I ask because I think I'd love psych and be good at it (histories and talking to patients is a strong point), but my pscyh rotation is so late in the year next year, that I have to choose my 4th year electives before I even get to try psych Thanks for your input.