Monthly Archives: November 2009

Being Grateful Is Good For You

Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday. It reminds us to take a moment out of our busy lives to think about how many blessings we truly enjoy. However, Robert Emmons of UC Davis and Michael McCullough of the University of Miami […]

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Forty Years Can Pass Quickly

Today is a bit of a milestone for Mr. F and me–forty years ago, November 22, 1969, we went on our first date. And what did we do? We went to the USC-UCLA football game, of course. Little did the […]

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Maker Culture Psychology

Having a blog has opened up new conversations with people I would otherwise never encounter, and I’ve really enjoyed the exposure to new ideas. Last year, Karen and I were asked to comment on a person’s choice of avatars. We […]

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As I mentioned in an earlier post, Cengage, who publish my Discovering Biological Psychology, is launching, a new portal for obtaining textbooks directly without paying the college bookstores their middleman cuts. You can buy regular textbooks, eBooks, or eChapters. A new […]

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something sweet from chi omega and delta delta delta

As a professor, one of our greatest joys is often just a simple thank you. As good students , faculty also love to get an ‘A’ on our report card. For the  second year,  the sisters of Chi Omega and […]

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