I'm a Soc major, so there's that.
But as my comment in the first question said, there are elements of both fields that I like and find interesting, and others that I really hate quite a lot lol.
Demography is something I'm really passionate about so I'd say it's probably my overall favorite.
After that though, as mentioned, absolutely love reading up on neuroscience research and certain areas of psych research. I really think neuroscience is the future of psych and it will basically take over the more our knowledge and technology within the area is developed, seeing as it's really still just in its infancy.
That said, although I really love the subject, I don't have quite as much natural talent for it. Analyzing various abstract facets of social functioning is something I've always excelled at and that teachers had commented on starting in the sixth and seventh grade. Although I absolutely love the "hard" sciences like bio and chem and physics, it's much harder for me to learn them in the way that's necessary in school (lots of textbook reading). Very good with labs, not so hot on textbooks. Soooo basically I decided to take the path of least resistance and do whatever it took to make a career in sociology work rather than slave myself to do something else.
Here's lookin forward to plenty more years of grad and post grad!