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November 3rd, 2016

Study Time!

I had another terrific day at work. It’s a few days before the election and I’m on the official side of the equation, so I’m not involved in political activities.  However, in my world, it’s hard not to think of things in terms of politics a few days before an election.  Next week, everything might change. We will have a

August 17th, 2016

Research Methods–The First Time

On a hot night in August, I attended my second grad class in the psychology building at UGA. I minored in psychology in the 70s and if you’ve been to UGA’s campus, that building is the last bastion of 60s pop architecture on campus. I can’t wait. I can’t help thinking, “I need a study group.” And I can’t get over the