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Hi CC. My daughter is a rising Junior and we will be visiting schools beginning August including Hopkins. She's interested in a Psychology major, however, she has a natural aptitude for math. Since she was four she'd calculate almost anything. It's not a passion of hers, but she knows she's good at it. I suggested she also consider a career in mathematics. While she's actually considering my advice, can anyone suggest a major or career track that includes both her passion/interest in psychology and her affinity for math that I can share with her? Her longterm goals are to attend an MD/PhD program. She writes science papers every summer since the 7th grade but has always chosen psychology/psychiatric disorders. Her science fair project last year was on mind control, so she's open to unconventional ideas. Thanks.