Monthly Archives: February 2009

It’s All About Diet Maintenance

The media reported with great fanfare this week that it really doesn’t matter what type of diet you go on–low fat, low carbs, grapefruit, whatever–the key factor is calories in, calories out. The most recent iteration of this finding is […]

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See You in San Francisco!

I’m working with a group of students, Ben Ainley, Karen Freberg, Rebecca Adams, and Cristina Enrique, on some interesting questions about loneliness and social networking. The students have a poster presentation accepted at the annual convention of the Association for […]

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Using iClicker in the Classroom

Okay, I’ve completed my training with the friendly people at iClicker, and I’m ready to start using this fun technology starting next quarter. I’m jumping in with both feet–using iClickers for both my introductory psychology and biological psychology classes. There […]

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More on Pro-Ana Websites

One of the things I like to do, but rarely have time to do, is to look at my most popular posts. This is a good way of making sure that the content of the blog doesn’t focus just on […]

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Finally….all blogs are back online

I’m very happy to report that our family blog issues are at least temporarily resolved. Thanks to the good folks at WordPress and our ISP, we are now all up and running. I’m really pleased that the most recent version […]

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