Here is an interesting exercise for those of you who are interested in the field of clinical psychiatry and/or psychology. If not clinical aspects of these two neurological medical disciplines, there are certainly a number of related aspects that you may wish to explore. But even though many of them remain rooted or inter-related, research work remains challenging. One aspect of research work may entail active work in the field.
That means that you have to be out there each and every day, interviewing test subjects and finding out what makes them tick. Your test subjects are usually volunteers. They willingly submit themselves to very testy and sensitive exercises. But at the back of their minds may be the hope that through their voluntary contribution, new solutions to difficult problems may be found. But as always, particularly if you are at the junior levels of clinical research work, getting the horse to take its water from the trough is not so easy.
And in many cases, you may not even be authorized to do such work at your own initiative. But for the time being you could further your studies and practical exercises by going the route of online clinical research in psychiatry and psychology. A lot of previously researched material has already been neatly archived for you, so accessing useful or relevant files will be easy and efficient. Live or recorded interviews are online.
You are able to utilize your own tools and store away the material for later use. And instead of going from door to door for miles on end, you can get in touch with research subjects a lot more quickly and discreetly online, with qualified supervision too perhaps.