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When Is An Achievement Not An Achievement

So, I haven’t touched the blog for almost a month!  I hadn’t realised it was quite that long since my last entry.  Mostly my absence is due to ongoing health issues and trying to focus on my novel writing. Health … Continue reading

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And It’s All Over Now…

Yay! My psychology exam is done!! And my self-enforced ‘I’m not doing anything other than revising’ period has come to an end! The exam went OK; not brilliant by any means and I think on one of them I waffled … Continue reading

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Rambling is rambling

So, just a quick post to say that yes I have forgotten to do the blog until now and I’m kind of immersed in revising – and sleeping. Sleeping because apparently my body has caught onto the almost two weeks … Continue reading

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The Psychology of Petville

I was musing yesterday that Petville is a fascinating game from a psychological point of view.  For the uninitiated, the game on Facebook effectively means you create a virtual pet.  It lives in a virtual house.  You earn money through … Continue reading

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Random thoughts

I now have an exam date for my first psychology module!  14th June.  Of course, I also have to fill in the facilitation form to request special circumstances so that may change but weird.  I haven’t had to sit an … Continue reading

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Today's Report

Today – as yesterday – has been a study day and I now do have a report drafted for my assignment.  I’m going to leave it now and take another look at it Sunday/Monday before doing the polishing and sending … Continue reading

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Psychology and Petville

So, yay for me.  My second assignment came back and I got a wonderful 88%.  I’m a very happy bunny. 🙂 And yes, it was the experiment where I stumbled as I predicted.  Which is a little worrying given that … Continue reading

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