Does anybody know?

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  1. CrashinStoneFish

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    Hey, I was just wondering if anybody knew if a neuroscience professor could be used as a science prof. Technically, he is listed under the psych dept., but the class is basically a dissecting lab..

    just curious if anybody had a clue :p
     
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  3. UCLAMAN

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    i'm majored in neuroscience and one of my profs for a neuroscience class was a PhD in psych. he is one of my science prof in my LOR file.

    why would a neuroSCIENCE prof not be considered a science?

    and aren't classes where dissections are involved usually considered science classes?

    hope that helps.
     
  4. CrashinStoneFish

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    Yeah,, I consider it a science, but I wasn't sure...considering he is technically listed under the psych dept..

    Thanks
     
  5. Samoa

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    Some schools are nitpicky about departmental affiliations in your LOR writers, and may not recognize anyone outside an official science department. But if they're going to be such sticklers, they generally let you know in their info packet.
     

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