A good list of areas of study.

A good list of areas of study.
Five characteristics were identified by ChatGPT4 as to why I might find developmental psychobiology interesting, given what it’d learned about me. So I asked for another long list of areas of study that I might find interesting that also shared those five characteristics. Good list. Several of those already “sing” to me just when I hear their names. -Ken
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Cognitive Neuroscience, Social Neuroscience, Systems Biology, Environmental Psychology, Health Psychology, Human-Computer Interaction, Positive Psychology, Bioinformatics, Science, Technology and Society, Developmental Psychobiology, Neuropsychology, Behavioral Economics, Complex Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computational Neuroscience, Affective Neuroscience, Psycholinguistics, Quantitative Psychology, Ethics of Technology, Cognitive Robotics, Transpersonal Psychology, Cultural Psychology, Psychoneuroimmunology, Network Science, Mindfulness and Contemplative Studies, Cyberpsychology, Information Science, Ecopsychology, Community Psychology, Embodied Cognition, Cognitive Ergonomics, Human Factors Psychology, Organizational Psychology.
These areas of study encompass a wide range of interests that share interdisciplinary approaches, curiosity about growth and change, complexity and interconnectedness, empathy and compassion, and intellectual curiosity, making them potentially appealing given your interests and qualities. –ChatGPT4

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These sing the most to me:

Cognitive Neuroscience, Human-Computer Interaction, Positive Psychology, Developmental Complex Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Neuroscience, Psycholinguistics, Cultural Psychology, Network Science, Mindfulness and Contemplative Studies, Cyberpsychology, Information Science, Embodied Cognition, Cognitive Ergonomics, Human Factors Psychology, Organizational Psychology.

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